All India Muslim League
On December 30, 1906
On December 30, 1906, leaders of Muslim India assembled in Dacca and decided to form, “All India Muslim League’. In 1930, Allamalqbal presented the idea of a separate homeland for disenfranchised Muslims of South Asia to solve their political & economic problems while addressing the Annual Conference of All India Muslim League. On March 23, 1940, under the dynamic leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, All India Muslim League adopted the historic Pakistan Resolution, in Lahore, pledging to struggle for establishment of an independent state. Within seven years, it won a homeland for the Muslims of South Asia through a historic democratic struggle, and Pakistan appeared on the map of the world on August 14, 1947.