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PAK301 Current MID Term Papers Fall 2012 Date: 08-December-2012 to 19-December-2012

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who was khizr hyat tiwana?2 marks

Ans: khiza hyat tiwani was the leader of Unionist Party in Punjab. (page 28)

GandhiJinnah talks? 3marks

Ans: Gandhi was against the partition of Bary sagheer. Quiad e Azam said him that the Muslims not budge a inch from their idology.

urdu hindi controversy 5 marks

Ans: After the war of 1957 urdu-hindi controversy was the major assault of politicalty to Hindus on muslim heritage and legacy of great muslim Empire. Hindus were against urdu as it was the muslim's language, They demand hindi as the official language replacing urdu. There were demonstation against urdu by hindus in Banaras in 1867. It was the start of the urdu-hindi controversy.

 Simon Commission 5 marks

Ans: The British government sent a commission to seek the opinion of Indians on the future shape of constitutional arrangements. It arrived in India in 1927 and it published the report in 1930. Most political parties boycotted it. It presented its report containing several constitutional proposals: =Federal system of government with strong centre =Two Houses. =Abolition of Dyarchy system in provinces =More powers to provincial governments. =Governor not to interfere in day to day affairs. =Constitutional changes in NWFP

india act 1935 5marks

Ans: It was the most important and most comprehensive legislation introduced by the British Government in India. It was gradually formulated starting with the Simon Commission, Round Table Conferences, White paper (1933) and J.S.C. it was a lengthy document passed by the parliament in July 1935 and got Royal assent in August 1935.

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Total 20:

MCQs 14

Q No 15: What do you know about the Indian council Act of 1861? (2 marks)

Q No 16: What do you know about the Civil Disobedience Movement? (3marks)

Q No 17: Write a short note on the Sharif Report (1939). (3marks)

Q No 18: What was the canal water problem between India and Pakistan? (5marks)

Q No 19: Briefly explain the Hijrat Movement (1920).  (5marks)

Q No 20: Do you agree that Two Nation Theory provide the basis for the creation of Pakistan?  (5marks)

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Q No 15: What do you know about the Indian council Act of 1861? (2 marks)

Indian Council Act, 1861

This act was the first legislation by the British government in India. Before that laws were

promulgated by the East India Company.

According to this act:

Governor General could assign special tasks to any members of the Executive Council.

Important matters were to be discussed with the Governor General. Some important

subjects were kept directly under the Viceroy, e. g., Foreign Department.

Membership of the Council was raised: 6 to 12. Half of them were to be non-officials,

nominated for two years.

The Council had limited legislative powers.

In Madras and Bombay Councils approval of the Governor General (GG) and Governor

was needed. This act provided Indian representation by nomination.

 

Q No 16: What do you know about the Civil Disobedience Movement? (3marks)

Civil Disobedience Movements:

The ML decided to confront the political situation through the protesting means for the first time.

The Congress had been working on these lines but the Muslim leaders considered politics a

gentle man’s game. Now when the British government joined hands to oust the Muslims from the

constitutional and moral position they decided to launch ‘Direct Action.’ The ML revised its

decision rejecting the Cabinet Mission Plan. Direct Action Day (August 16, 1946) was a protest

against the British policy of injustice towards the Muslims. The Hindu attacks transmuted the

course of the protests and concluded huge life casualties. The Calcutta massacre convinced Lord

Wavell to bridge the ML-Congress to some settlement.



Q No 17: Write a short note on the Sharif Report (1939). (3marks)

The Sharif Report, March 1939

The ML deputed Mr. Shareef with members to investigate the injustices under the dictatorial rule

of the Hindus. This report mainly collected the facts, concentrating on ill treatment of the

government with the Muslims in Bihar.

Q No 19: Briefly explain the Hijrat Movement (1920).  (5marks)

 

Hijrat Movement 1920-21

The Indian ulama (religious leaders) declared India ‘Darul Harab.’ Darul Harab means the place

(country) where Muslims are not allowed to perform their religious practices. In the said situation,

the Muslims should migrate to the nearest safe place. The ulama issued verdicts to go to Darul

Islam, Afghanistan. There was an impression that King of Afghanistan would welcome them. So

the migration took place at large scale. Initially Afghans welcomed them. Later, they closed the

border and pushed the migrants back to the Indian territories. It resulted in loss of lives and

money. Many died during this mission. Some went to Soviet Union from Afghanistan because

they had nothing in India now.

Q No 18: What was the canal water problem between India and Pakistan? (5marks)

Canal Water Problem

The major rivers flow from Kashmir and some canal heads located in India. In 1948, India cut off

water to some canal that was a serious threat to agriculture in West Pakistan. The Indian plans to

build water storage on the rivers that are vital for Pakistan’s economy worsened the situation. It

also showed the traditional anti-Muslim attitude. The World Bank settled the problem in

September 1960 (Indus Water Treaty).

My today's paper.

Total 20 questions in which 14 MCQs. All MCQs were from the old papers. rest are following.

1. Give a brief detail on Gandhi Jinnah talks.

2. Briefly explain the Hijrat Movement.

3. Give a brief detail on Urdu Hindi Controversy.

4. Briefly explain the Iqbal and politics.

5. What do you know about the Indian council Act of 1861?

6. Write a short note on the Contribution of the Sir Syed Ahmad khan.

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