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What were the aims and origins of Muslim League?

Last Updated: 14th February, 2020

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Regarding this, what were the main aims and objectives of Muslim League?

The aims of the Muslim League were: (i) To promote feelings of loyalty among Indian Muslims towards the British Government. (ii) To protect the political and other rights of the Muslims and present them before the Government in mild and moderate language.

why was the need felt for the formation of Muslim League? It was not until 1940 that the league called for the formation of a Muslim state that would be separate from the projected independent country of India. The league wanted a separate nation for India's Muslims because it feared that an independent India would be dominated by Hindus.

Also Know, how Muslim League was formed?

December 30, 1906, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Where was the first annual session of Muslim League held?

First Session of All India Jamhur Muslim League held in 1940 at Muzaffarpur,Bihar under the presidentship of Raja of Mahmoodabad(marked '0').

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