Answer :

Mainly, after Rowlatt Satyagraha act, Non-cooperation movement, Civil Disobedience movement and Quit India movement, India achieved freedom but not officially. In the meantime, Muslim League demanded ‘independent states’ in the north-western and eastern parts of the country for Muslims. The events that led to the partition are as follows:-

In the 1920s and 1930s, both Hindus and Muslims had certain differences which eventually led to the partition.


During the provincial elections, Muslims were declared minority which made them believe that they might always have to act according to the decision of the majority which are Hindus.


Muslim league wanted to form the joint party with congress, but they rejected their wish which made Muslim League a little angry. This is the reason that Muslim League demanded to Independent state for Muslims.


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