Kashmir Dispute Terrorism and Pakistan (Paperback)

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The Muslim League, a party which championed the cause of Paksitan was set up on 28 December 1906 in Dhaka, with the following objectives:
1. To promote among Muslims a feeling of loyalty to the British government
and to remove misunderstandings;
2. To protect and advance the political rights and interests of Muslims, and to
represent properly their needs and aspirations to the British government; and
3. To prevent the rise of hostility among Muslims toward other communities.
The Muslim League and the rulers of Pakistan, to date, have very sincerely served the British and the American interests in Pakistan and in the region. The bitter fact is that the landed aristocracy, the Generals and the security forces now control Pakistan and its destiny; and sad thing is even they don't know what is the destiny of this unfortunate country and how to reach there.

When the British Raj ended in India on 15 August 1947, the State of Jammu and Kashmir also gained its independence. The Government of Pakistan acknowledged this fact by entering a Standstill Agreement with the Ruler of Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan violated the Agreement and attacked Jammu and Kashmir on 22 October 1947.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781524664206
ISBN-10: 1524664200
Publisher: Authorhouse
Publication Date: November 28th, 2016
Pages: 322
Language: English