Topic- Simla Deputation (1906): Prelude to PartitionAuthor(s):
Manohar Kumar JhaAbstract:
The speech undoubtedly prevented the ranks of sedition being swollen by Muslim recruits, and an inestimable advantage in the day of trouble which is drawing. It was a disturbing sign also for the government who was already in the deep crisis due to the situation created by the aftermath of the post-partition period of Bengal. The government was in need to retain friendship with their traditional Muslim friends who, in turn, were bent to safeguard their threatened position. It was in this background that the fabrics of Simla Deputation was built. It was to steer Muslims towards a natural and legitimate direction grounded in closer co-operation between officials and old fashioned advanced school of Muslims.Pages: 84-86 | Views: 309 | Downloads: 132Download Full Article: Click Here
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Manohar Kumar Jha. Topic- Simla Deputation (1906): Prelude to Partition. Int J Hist 2020;2(2):84-86.