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The Emergence of Pakistan by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali

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Title: The Emergence of Pakistan
Author: Chaudhri Muhammad Ali
Pages: 417
Hardcover
Publisher: Research Society of Pakistan (UOP)
Subject: CSS/PMS Pakistan Affairs

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The Emergence of Pakistan by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali is, in the main, an account of the events in the period l946-48, immediately preceding and following the partition of British India and the creation of two independent sovereign states’- Pakistan and the Union of India—on August 15, 1947. The introductory chapters describe the historical setting in which those/events took place, and the social, economic, and political forces that shaped them. The last part of the book deals with the challenging problems which the newly born state of Pakistan had to face. Some of those issues are still alive, and I have in places briefly indicated developments beyond l948. Having been associated with the leaders of the Pakistan movement from 1946 onward and having taken an active part in the momentous events that lcd to the emergence of Pakistan, I have often been asked by friends in the past to write about them. In 19461 was working as Financial Adviser, War and Supply, in the Government of ‘India. When the Muslim League representatives joined the interim government of India and Liaquat Ali Khan became Finance Minister, my association witl1 the Muslim League leaders became even closer. The Emergence of Pakistan by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali During the crucial days of partition I was one of the two numbers of the Steering Committee which was responsible to the Partition. THIS Book is, in the main, an account of the events in the period l946-48, immediately preceding and following the partition of British India and the creation of two independent sovereign states’- Pakistan and the Union of India—on August 15, 1947. The introductory chapters describe the historical setting in which those/events took place, and the social, economic, and political forces that shaped them. The last part of the book deals with the challenging problems which the newly born state of Pakistan had to face. Some of those issues are still alive, and I have in places briefly indicated developments beyond l948. Having been associated with the leaders of the Pakistan movement from 1946 onward and having taken an active part in the momentous events that lcd to the emergence of Pakistan, I have often been asked by friends in the past to write about them. In 19461 was working as Financial Adviser, War and Supply, in the Government of ‘India. When the Muslim League representatives joined the interim government of India and Liaquat Ali Khan became Finance Minister, my association witl1 the Muslim League leaders became even closer. The Emergence of Pakistan by Chaudhri Muhammad Ali During the crucial days of partition I was one of the two numbers of the Steering Committee which was responsible to the Partition