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  • Q1

    Mohammad Iqbal was a poet who wrote in the language of:

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    Urdu

    Explanation:

    Mohammad Iqbal was an Urdu poet who spoke about the need for a Muslim state in North West India in 1930.

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  • Q2

    Mohammad Iqbal, in his speech to the Muslim League in 1930, visualised the emergence of a

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    North-West Muslim State

    Explanation:

    Mohammad Iqbal was a great Urdu poet and politician who wrote the famous song ‘Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara’. In his presidential address to the Muslim League in 1930, he spoke of a need for a “North-West Indian Muslim state”.

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  • Q3

    Rehmat Ali, who coined the name Pakistan, was a student at the

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    Cambridge University.

    Explanation:

    Rehmat Ali was a Muslim. In his 'Pakistan', each letter denotes a Muslim-dominated region, where 'P' stood for Punjab, 'A' for Afghan bordering region, 'K' for Kashmir and 'stan' for Baluchistan. His view of a separate Muslim State was ridiculed by many leaders. Even the Muslim League dismissed the idea as a student's dream.

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  • Q4

    In 1937, the first elections were held at the level of:

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    Provincial legislatures

    Explanation:

    The first elections to the provisional legislature were held on 1937. At that time, only about 10 to 12% of the population enjoyed the right to vote. The Indian National Congress won a majority in several provinces.

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  • Q5

    The Muslim student who coined the name 'Pakistan' was:

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    Rehmat Ali

    Explanation:

    The term 'Pakistan' was first coined in 1933, by a Punjabi Muslim student, Rehmat Ali, and was meant for a Muslim majority province within India.

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