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Describe the talks with different Political Leaders.
Talks with different Political Leaders:
The members of the Cabinet Mission held talks with different political leaders in the Sub-continent. They exchanged their views with Governors and Chief Ministers. They found the views of Governor-General too. Both major parties, Muslim League and Congress, had clear view-points.
Declaration Muslim League:
Muslim League declared that the only solution to the issues was the partition of the Subcontinent and to the creation of Pakistan. On the other hand, Congress, based on a single nation, strongly opposed any type of partition in South Asia. It negated the Two-Nation theory and denied the idea of Pakistan harshly.
A condition of tension prevailed in the talks because while sending the mission to India.
Statement of British Prime Minister:
The British Prime Minister made a statement in the Parliament that no minority would have the right to exercise the veto power and it will not be allowed to close the path of national development.
The response of Congress:
Congress was much pleased with this statement.
Quaid-e-Azam (Rahmatullah) criticism:
Quaid-e-Azam (Rahmatullah) criticized it intensely. Quaid-e-Azam (Rahmatullah) responded that the Muslim League is striving for the protection of the rights of the Muslims and it wants to resolve the constitutional issues based on Two-Nation Theory.
Quaid-e-Azam (Rahmatullah) said:
The Sub-continent is neither a country not it is a homeland of a single nation. The Muslims are a nation with a separate identity that has all the right to decide the future of its own.