Agreement Of Indian Independence

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The 1947 Act began with the division of British India, an unpopular event in India, into the new dominions of India and Pakistan with effect from 15 August 1947. However, it is important that the granting of independence to the new Dominions, India and Pakistan, derives from the absolute granting of powers to their respective constituent assemblies to shape the Constitution in accordance with section 8(1) of the 1947 Act. In addition, section 7 (1) (a) states that Great Britain, that is, Her Majesty`s Government of the United Kingdom, “is not responsible for the respect of the government of any of the territories which belonged to British India just before that date”. While we recognize the two main benefits of this agreement between the Muslim League and Congress and the decision of its leaders to remain in the British Commonwealth system, we must not imagine how thin the foundations of the entire structure are. We cannot have many fears and worries about the practical outcome of the future. In addition, there are other serious considerations that weigh deeply on my friends and friends on the right. It is a rule of state art, sometimes, unfortunately, more honored in violation than in respect, that it is not wise, even morally indefensible, to forget the obligations to those who have long trusted you to find a pleasant agreement with the interested parties, with whom you may be in conflict. We have big commitments in India. Muslims were taken care of; But we also have obligations to the many small connections in British India — the Anglo-Indians, the Sikhs, the millions of depressed classes, the primitive tribes and much more…