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Memk Tuesday, October 14, 2014 06:48 PM

Is military intervention in Pakistan i.e Ayub Khan's n Yahya Khan's era imp?
And imp ques too please

Zaheer Qadri Tuesday, October 14, 2014 08:29 PM

[QUOTE=Memk;766206]Is military intervention in Pakistan i.e Ayub Khan's [COLOR="red"]n[/COLOR] Yahya Khan's era imp?
And [COLOR="Red"]imp[/COLOR] [COLOR="red"]ques [/COLOR]too please[/QUOTE]

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Memk Tuesday, October 14, 2014 08:31 PM

Ok sorry
I want to know the important questions of Pakistan Affairs. Kindly guide me

hafiz mubashar Wednesday, October 15, 2014 01:14 AM

[QUOTE=Memk;766206]Is military intervention in Pakistan i.e Ayub Khan's and Yahya Khan's era important?
And important Qs too, please[/QUOTE]

Military Intervention in Pakistan's history is important topic in the sense that you have to give an analytical view of its impact on Pakistan's development. More importantly, it is not only connected to Ayub and Yahya's eras, but also connected to the other military rulers. So, prepare a single answer in the sense where you may cover all the four-five military interventions/regimes and give a comprehensive but analytical views.
Ayub's era can be analysed analytically also in its economic, military and regional dimensions. While Yahya Khan's period in the connection of Debacle of Dhaka is important and connected to it.
In short, read and prepare them in connection with the other important events of the time.
For Important or ,you may say, a rough view:
[url]http://www.cssforum.com.pk/css-compulsory-subjects/pakistan-affairs/30113-repeated-questions-pakistan-affairs.html[/url]

jojo khan Wednesday, October 15, 2014 05:41 PM

Bhai CSS k Paper kabhi itny esey r kabhi itny zaida hard yo to khula tazad nahi.
Wesay is k leye matric waly ko kitni mahnat karni paray gi.....

umarabbas Thursday, October 16, 2014 12:26 PM

[QUOTE=dark horse;746455]question 5 simla deputation
k baray main two nation theory,rovide base for muslim leauge,joint effort to get there target kia yahi likhna tha ya kuch aur b tha?[/QUOTE]

Dear Question (5) was [please forgive the difference of words- but the sense remains the same]: "The Simla Deputation laid the foundation of Pakistan. Elaborate with concrete points"

The answer should definitely start with the 2 Nations Theory so that one can establish the fact that Hindus and Muslims were indeed two different nations which could co-exist with discomfort at the best (interests of one group may not coincide with the interests of the other)

However, historically there are a few confusions about what the Simla Deputation stood for and what it actually wanted to achieve.

Please find below a few of the highlights:

1- The Simla Deputation was made up of Muslim leaders who firmly believed in Sir Syed's "Non-political" agenda. Remember Sir Syed had advised the Muslims to stay away from politics till such time that they are sufficiently equipped with the Modern Education. The reasons that he highlighted were:

(a) It is in the nature of the political parties to confront the government- Sir Syed was not in favor of that keeping in view the already terrible condition of the Muslims of India
(b) He was not an advocate of the British style of Democracy in the subcontinent for the simple reason that "one man one vote" would always result in Muslim subjugation in the Political Arena of the Subcontinent
(c) Thirdly, he wanted the Muslims to be pro-British and equip themselves with modern education- his view was that the absence of the British from Subcontinent would not bring any good fortunes for the Muslims of the subcontinent.

So the leaders of the Simla Deputation did not want the Muslims to join/make any political party. In fact the need for a political party was strongly felt after the Partition of Bengal to counter the Hardliners in the Congress party (who were obviously against the Partition).

The Deputation went on to meet the Viceroy to ask for favors: in jobs, separate electorates etc. Remember Separate Electorates does not mean forming political parties :)

(2) There was this other group of Young Muslim noblemen who wanted to shift away from the doctrine of non-political nature of Muslim bodies in the subcontinent and wanted to form a platform for the Muslims of the Subcontinent to defend particularly the Partition of Bengal. Thus we see the creation of Muslim League.

Remember:
(a) The reason for creation of ML was to try to avert the Partition of Bengal because it was created by the Bengali Noblemen to defend it. Sir Agha Khan III was not present at the Ceremony :)
(b) However, there were a few noblemen who ensured that the Muslim League remained a pro-British party (or at least voice their concerns softly). The biggest indicator is the earliest manifesto of Muslim League where it had statements like "to cultivate feelings of loyalty towards the British Crown in the common Muslims"

even odd Saturday, October 18, 2014 04:37 PM

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