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Default Notes on Role of Muslim Majority Provinces in Pakistan Movement

Salam,

I need notes on Topic "Role of Muslim Majority Provinces in Pakistan Movement".
actually im following Trek to Pakistan and Ikram Rabbani books and unable to find this topics in both books.
These provinces include Punjab , Sindh , East Bengal , NWFP , Balochistan

So if any of you have material relating to above mentioned topic . kindly do share with me or guide me from where I can get that.

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Dr. Ayesha Jalal's The Sole Spokesman deals with it in quite some detail.
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Default Regional ethnic loyalties in muslim majority provinces (pre partition era

try this pdf its good!

write REGIONAL ETHNIC LOYALTIES IN MUSLIM MAJORITY PROVINCES (PRE PARTITION ERA on google it will navigate you to a pdf...its good and has everything related to the topic
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