The segment of the Indian subcontinent is one of the major authentic occasions of the twentieth century. It majorly affected the ensuing histories of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. It’s delayed repercussions are as yet being felt today in more courses than one. In the event that we look at the extent of the loss of human lives then it has a similar pertinence for the subcontinent what the Holocaust has for Israel.
The topic of who was in charge of this immense fiasco is as mind boggling as the occasion itself. Frequently the appropriate response relies on upon which side of the LOC one is and inside a verge on which political gathering one has a place with. Thus there is no single response to this question.
In Pakistan he is revered as the Father of the Nation. In India he is viewed as the antagonist of the adventure of Partition. Which is valid and which is false? As indicated by me at whatever point we discuss occasions which occurred six decades back a specific measure of myth is made around the people we discuss. This is on the grounds that students of history of various tones have a tendency to bend reality to a specific degree and furthermore because of the time hole which seperates us from the past.
Along these lines more often than not we don’t get the photo of a recorded character as he really existed but instead we get an uneven picture which paints the character as altogether great or totally terrible. The same is the situation with Mohammed Ali Jinnah. In 1916 when he assumed a vital part in the marking of the Lucknow Pact between the Congress and the Muslim League he was hailed as “the represetative of Hindu-Muslim solidarity” by Gopalkrishna Gokhale.