Pakistan Zindabad (Questions and Answers)

Q.1: Who was the first Governor General of Pakistan?

Ans: Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the first Governor General of Pakistan.

Q.2: Who was the last Viceroy of India?

Ans: Lord Mount batten was the last Viceroy of India.

Q.3: When and where was the “Pakistan Resolution” passed?

Ans: “Pakistan Resolution” was passed on 23rd March 1940 at Lahore.

Q.4: State briefly what the “Pakistan Resolution” decided?

Ans: “Pakistan Resolution” decided that India should be split into two nations Pakistan and India. It aimed at creating an independent Muslim state comprising those parts of the sub-continent, in which the Muslims were in majority.

Q.5: What were the provinces that voted to join Pakistan?

Ans: The provinces that voted to join Pakistan were Sindh, the North West Frontier Province, Balochistan, West Punjab, Sylhet and East Bengal.

Q.6: Why did Kashmir not join Pakistan?

Ans: Kashmir did not join Pakistan because its Hindu Ruler treacherously made over this Muslim state to India against the wishes of its inhabitants.

Q.7: How large was the population of Pakistan when it became independent?

Ans: When Pakistan became independent, its population was seventy million.

Q.8: How does Pakistan compare in size and population with the other nations of the world?

Ans: In the size of population Pakistan was the fifth largest nation of the world and biggest Muslim country of the world at the time of independence.

Q.9: Why does the writer apply word terrible to the first year of Pakistan’s history as an independent state?

Ans: The writer applies the word terrible to the first year of history of Pakistan as an independent state because of the large scale killing and destruction brought about by the partition. Half million Muslims were killed or taken prisoners. Six and half million had to leave India to seek refuge in the Pakistan from Indian atrocities.

Q.10: Where is the tomb of Quaid-e-Azam?

Ans: The tomb of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is at Karachi in the heart of the city.

Q.11: Why and who call the congregation of Muslims leaguers in 1940 at Lahore “Pakistan Resolution”?

Ans: The Indian newspaper called the congregation of Muslim League in 1940 at Lahore “Pakistan Resolution”. Newspapers called it “Pakistan Resolution” because Choudhry Rahamt invented a word Pakistan for an Independent Muslim state in India. They thought that Muslim leagues Resolution for an independent state meant “Pakistan Resolution”.

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