Quaid-e-azam's fourteen points

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    Death of Quaid-e-azam

    On September 11, 1948, just a little over a year after he became governor-general, Jinnah died of tuberculosis near Karachi, Pakistan the place where he was born. Today, Jinnah is credited with having altered the destiny of Muslims in the Indian subcontinent.
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    Quaid-e-azam's fourteen points

    Muhammad Ali Jinnah left for England in May 1928 and returned after six months. In March 1929, the Muslim League session was held at Delhi under the presidency of Jinnah.
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    Allama Iqbal Presidential Address:

    He was elected president of the Muslim League in 1930 at its session in Allahabad. In the United Provinces as well as for the session in Lahore. In his presidential address he outlined a vision of an independent state for Muslim-majority provinces in northwestern India.
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    The Lahore Resolution

    The acceptance of the Pakistan resolution accelerated the pace of freedom movement. It gave new energy and courage to the Muslims who gathered around Muhammad Ali Jinnah for struggle for freedom.
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    Jinnah/Ghandhi Talks

    After his release Gandhi proposed talks with Jinnah on his two-nation theory and negotiating on issue of partition. The CR formula (Chakravarti Rajagopalachari's formula) acted as the basis for the negotiations. Gandhi and Jinnah met in September 1944 to ease the deadlock. Gandhi offered the CR formula as his proposal to Jinnah.
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    QUIT INDIA Movement

    The Quit India Movement, also known as the August Movement was a movement launched at the Bombay session of the All-India Congress Committee by Mahatma Gandhi on 8 August 1942. During World War 2 demanding an end to British Rule of India.
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    Pakistan got its independence on 14th August 1947

    In 1946, the Indian National Congress, being a secular party, demanded a single state. The Muslim majorities, who disagreed with the idea of single state, stressed the idea of a separate Pakistan as an alternative. The 1946 Cabinet Mission to India was sent to try to reach a compromise between Congress and the Muslim League, proposing a decentralized state with much power given to local governments, but it was rejected by both of the parties and resulted in a number of riots in South Asia.
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    Qauid e Azam became the first Governor General of Pakistan

    The reason why Jinnah chose to be Governor-General instead of prime minister is plain enough. He had a major rival in Patel and his position in the Indian pantheon was by no means as absolute as Jinnah's.