INDIA WINS FREEDOM BY MAULANA ABUL KALAM AZAD PDF

Abul Kalam also in detail gives us the clear picture of of how important leaders came into an acceptance with inevitability of partition and the events before it. Like Sardar Patel in became fervour supporter of partition after bitter experiences with Muslim League in the interim government specially with Liyaqat Ali than even Jinnah. On the contrary Abul Kalam still believed that if his idea of the power distribution between centre and states which later reflected more or less in Cabinet Mission be implemented in letter and spirit, we could have avoided partition though I still believe that this was his wishful thinking. Also decision about dividing the army which both Mount Baton and Kalam were not in favour and their premonition came true when it was reported that both divided Indian and Pakistan army willingly participated in killing of Hindus and Muslims and both end of the border during riots at the time of partition. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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One of the makers of modern India tells the story of the partition of India as never before, with intimate knowledge and feeling. India Wins Freedom has at last won its own freedom. The full text of this autobiographical narrative was confined, under seal, in the National Library, Calcutta, and in the National Archives, New Delhi, for thirty years. What we now have is the complete text, released in September , by a court directive.

Not only have all the words and phrases of the original been reproduced, the original tone and temper have been fully restored. The text now reveals that the controversy that has simmered for so long about the hitherto unpublished pages, was fully justified. Congress in Office. A Chinese Interlude. Uneasy Interval. Ahmednagar Fort Jail. The Simla Conference. General Elections. The British Cabinet Mission.

The Prelude to Partition. The Interim Government. The Mountbatten Mission. The End of a Dream. It will also be instructed to take into account other factors. In the event of partition being decided upon, each part of the Legislative Assembly will, on behalf of the areas they represent, decide which of the alternatives in Paragraph 4 above to adopt.

For the immediate purpose of deciding on the issue of partition, the members of the Legislative Assemblies of Bengal and the Punjab will sit in two parts according to Muslim majority districts as laid down in the Appendix and non-Muslim majority districts.

If a simple majority of either part decides in favour of partition, division will take place and arrangements will be made accordingly. War in Europe. Quit India.

Divided India.

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India Wins Freedom: The Complete Version

Jump to navigation. Tottering as it is on its tattered, patchwork platform, the ruling party has found it more and more expedient to hark back to the ancestry of its leader and the political legacy of Jawaharlal and Indira. The Government has contrived to dovetail the centenary with the 40th anniversary of Independence in order to project Nehru as the dominant pillar of nationalism. Azad's point of view is diametrically opposite. He holds Nehru's naivety and gullibility responsible for the Partition of the country. The censored version had already criticised Nehru for twice insisting on the theoretically correct line instead of pragmatically accommodating the Muslim League in order to diffuse Muslim fears. The complete version is more strident.

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One of the makers of modern India tells the story of the partition of India as never before, with intimate knowledge and feeling. India Wins Freedom has at last won its own freedom. The full text of this autobiographical narrative was confined, under seal, in the National Library, Calcutta, and in the National Archives, New Delhi, for thirty years. What we now have is the complete text, released in September , by a court directive. Not only have all the words and phrases of the original been reproduced, the original tone and temper have been fully restored.

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