However by the 1940’s he had turned into the propounder of the “two country hypothesis” which expressed that Hindus and Muslims were two separate countries by each definition and subsequently Muslims ought to have a self-sufficient country in the Muslim dominant part ranges of British India for the protect of their political, social and social rights.
How did this change happen? In 1896 Jinnah joined the Congress. In 1913 he exited it to join the Muslim League in the end turning into the president in the 1916 session in Lucknow. Jinnah softened with the Congress up 1920 when M.K. Gandhi propelled a law abusing Non-Cooperation Movement against the British which a tempermentally decent counselor Jinnah disliked.
Jinnah censured Gandhi’s support of the Khilafat Movement which he saw as an underwriting of religious devotion. Jinnah surrendered from the Congress with a prophetic cautioning that Gandhi’s technique for mass battle would prompt to divisions amongst Hindus and Muslims and inside the two groups. Getting to be leader of the Muslim League Jinnah was drawn into a contention between a professional Congress group and a star British group.
At the Round Table Conferences in London Jinnah was disappointed by the breakdown of talks. In the 1937 decisions to the Central Legislative Assembly the League developed as an equipped gathering , catching a noteworthy number of seats under the Muslim electorate, however lost in the Muslim-greater part Punjab, Sindh and the North-West Frontier Province.