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History of Pakistan MCQs Note PDF
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Indian Continent Pakistan History Movement MCQs NOTES

  1. In 1858 A.D, the person who was appointed the first British viceroy in India was: Lord canning
  2. In Jhansi, the Muslim revolutionaries were led by: Rani Lakshmi bai
  3. After the war of Independence the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled to: Rangoon
  4. Syed Ahmed khan founded “Scientific Society” in the year of: 1864 AD
  5. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan founded ” Patriotic Association ” to: Counter anti Muslim propaganda of hindus
  6. The Muslim institution which was established by Syed Ahmed khan to create political awareness among the Muslims was: Muhammadan Educational Conference
  7. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan gave an effective reply to Sir William Muir’s work “Life of Muhammad” through his treatise entitled: Khutbat-i-Ahmadyah
  8. The issue which made Syed Ahmed Khan to conclude that Hindus and Muslims could not work together anymore was: Hindu-Urdu controversy
  9. Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk became secretary of board of Trustees Aligarh in year of: 1907
  10. The Muslim Deputation met the Viceroy in 1906 in: Shimla
  11. The Shimla Deputation consisted of: 35 members
  12. The Muslim Shimla Deputation of 1906 was led by reowned Muslim leader named:Sir Agha Khan
  13. The Shimla Deputation presented its demands to the British Viceroy named: Lord Minto
  14. The main demand of Shimla Deputation which was accepted in the Minto-Morley Reforms of 1909 was about: Separate Electorates
  15. All India Muslim League was established in : Dec 1906
  16. All India Muslim League was established in the City of: Dhaka
  17. Muslim league was established as a result of the resolution presented by: Nawab Salim Ullah
  18. Muhammad Ali Jinnah joined All India Muslim League in the year of: 1913
  19. From 1937 to 1944 all the eight annual sessions of All India Muslim League were presided over by: Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  20. Muslim league observed ” Day of Deliverance ” after the resignation of Congress Ministers in the year of: 1939
  21. All India Muslim League passed the historic Lahore Resolution in its 27th annual session held in Minto Park, Lahore on: 23rd March 1940
  22. In 1942, Muslim league did not take part in: Quit India Movement
  23. The step which ignited the war of Independence was the: Introduction of greased cartridges
  24. The British general who recaptured Delhi from Bakht khan was: Sir John Shore
  25. After the war of independence the British Government assumed control of India through: Queens proclamation of 1858
  1. In the Provincial Assembly elections held in 1946 the Muslim League won: 428/492 Muslim seats
  2. In the interim government formed in India in 1946 the Muslim League was given: Five Ministries
  3. Who was the main Architect of the joint meeting of congress and League in Lucknow in 1916? Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  4. The Muslims of the Sub continent launched the Khilafat Movement in the year of: 1919
  1. In 1919, the Khilafat Conference held its first meeting in the city: Amritsar
  1. At the time when Khilafat delegation visited England in 1920, the British PM was: Lloyd George
  2. The congress launched Non-cooperation movement in: sep 1920
  1. In 1920, the historic Non- Cooperation resolution was moved by: k Ghandi
  2. Mahatma Gandhi called off Non- Cooperation Movement when a violent mob attacked a police station in Chauri Chaura and killed 21 policeman. This incident took place on: 5th feb 1922
  3. The Statutory Commission of 1928 comprised of seven members and was headed by: Sir John Simon
  1. The Simon Commission visited India in: 1928
  1. When Simon Commission visited India Jinnah league and Congress boycotted the Commission because: No Indian had been included in it
  2. Simon commission’s report was published in the year: 1930
  1. In 1935 Sindh was separated from Bombay due to: Simon commission report
  2. The recommendations of the Committee under Motilal are called ” Nehru Report” which was submitted in: Aug 1928
  3. According to the Nehru Report, the parliament was to be consisted of : Two Houses
  1. Accordion to the Nehru Report, the Governors of Provinces were to be appointed by: King of England
  1. Jinnah’s 14 points were formulated in: March 1929
  1. Jinnah’s 14 points were the Muslim’s reply to the: Nehru Report
  1. The Fourteen points of Jinnah demanded reforms in the provinces of: Balochistan and kpk
  1. According to the 14 points of Jinnah no bill or resolution could be passed in any legislature until it was approved by: Three-fourth members of concerned community
  2. The Muslim representation in Central Legislature demanded in the 14 points was: One third
  1. Jinnah’s 14 points were the Muslim’s reply to the: Nehru Report
  1. From 1930 to 1932 the British government convened in London: Three Round Table Conference
  1. The First Round Table Conference lasted from: 12th Nov 1930 to 19th Jan 1931
  1. The renowned Indian leader who did not take part in the First Round Table Conference was:Gandhi
  1. The First Round Table Conference conducted its Business through: Eight sub committees
  1. The Second Round Table Conference lasted from: Sep 1931 to Dec 1931
  1. In the Second Round Table Conference the Hindu leader who claimed to represent all india was: Gandhi
  2. The Minorities Committee failed to reach an agreement because Gandhi wanted the acceptance of: Nehru Report
  3. The Third Round Table Conference lasted from: 17th Nov to 24th Dec 1932
  1. Due to the failure of the second Round Table Conference the British govt. announced its own Communal Award in: Aug 1932
  2. In March 1933, the British govt. issued this document which served as guideline for the Act of 1935: White Paper
  3. Allahabad speech by Allama Muhammad Iqbal was made in: Dec 1930 During his Allahabad address Allama Muhammad Iqbal said that the principal of european democracy could not be applied to India without recognizing the fact of: Communal groups
  4. At Allahabad address Allama Muhammad Iqbal siad, “I would like to see the Punjab, NWFP, Sindh and Balochistan amalgamated into a”: Single State
  1. All india Muslim League passed the historic Lahore Resolution in its 27th annual session held in Lahore on: 23rd March 1940
  2. The Lahore Session of Muslim League held in 1940 was presided over by: Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  3. On 23rd March 1940, the Lahore Resolution was seconded by: Khaliq uz Zaman
  1. “Geographically contiguous units are demarcated into Region which should be so constituted with such territorial adjustments as may be necessary”: These lines have been taken from the text of: Lahore rasolution
  2. At its annual session in Lahore the Muslim league adopted the idea of partition as its final goal in the year of : 1940
  3. The famous August Offer was made in August by the British Viceroy:Lord Linlithgow
  4. The August offer offered the Indians: Establishment of a War Advisory Council
  5. The 3rd June 1947 plan was announced by: Lord Mountbatten
  1. In March 1947, Lord Wavell was replaced by the new British Viceroy in India named:Lord Mountbatten
  1. The 3rd June Plan partitioned the Sub-continent into : Two states
  1. According to 3rd June Plan the British rule in India was to end: 14th Aug 1947
  1. The Shahi Jirga was to decide in favor of India or Pakistan in: Balochistan
  2. The member of Shahi Jirga and Municipality of Quetta decided in 1947: To join Pakistan
  3. In Punjab and Bengal, Radcliffe gave an unjust award. He unjustly included in India the Punjab Tehsils of: Gurdaspur, Pathankot and batala
  4. On 14th Aug 1947 Pakistan emerged on the map of the world as an Independent state as a result of: Indian Independence Act, 1947
  5. Quaid e Azam was sworn in as the first Governor General Of Pakistan on: 15th Aug 1947
  6. The first PM of Pakistan was: Liaqat Ali khan

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