Quaid-e-Azam M.A. Jinnah Paid Subsidy for Pakistan: 1945-1946 Elections Manipulated
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"Quaid-e-Azam M.A. Jinnah Paid Subsidy for Pakistan: 1945-1946 Elections Manipulated"


In the 1945-46 elections held in the Indian subcontinent, the All-India Muslim League experienced a sweeping victory. How did Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (who became founder of Pakistan in 1947) and his party, the All-India Muslim League, achieve a sweeping victory and emerge as the sole representatives of the Muslims in British India? What were the widespread reactions of the public? This piece uncovers the facts behind this victory, so that Pakistanis, the people of the region, and others interested in the history of the Indian sub-continent can be exposed to the truth.


Nasim Yousaf is a scholar and historian. He has thus far published 14 books and numerous articles (which have appeared in newspapers in many countries, including Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Pakistan, India, Japan, Norway, United Kingdom, and the USA) and has presented his works at conferences in the U.S. His works have been published in the journals Harvard Asia Quarterly and Pakistaniaat (USA) as well as in the World History Encyclopedia (USA). He has also compiled a rare and historic collection of a newspaper entitled Al-Islah, which was launched by his grandfather, Allama Mashriqi, in 1934. His books and other works are important contributions to the historiography of South Asia. He is currently working on additional books and articles.

His published books include:

1. Mahatma Gandhi & My Grandfather, Allama Mashriqi: A Groundbreaking Narrative of India’s Partition
2. Dr. Akhtar Hameed Khan - Pioneer of Microcredit & Guru of Rural Development
3. Allama Mashriqi Narrowly Escapes the Gallows
4. Hidden Facts Behind British India’s Freedom: A Scholarly Look into Allama Mashraqi and Quaid-e-Azam’s Political Conflict