The Karsaz bombing attack occurred on ___ in Karachi.

A. 18 October 2004
B. 18 October 2005
C. 18 October 2006
D. 18 October 2007

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 18 October 2007

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The Karsaz bombing attack occurred on 18 October 2007 in Karachi, Pakistan, it was an attack on a motorcade carrying former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. The bombing resulted in at least 180 deaths and 500 injuries. Most of the dead were members of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).

In which year Basic Principles Committee (BPC) was established?

A. 1949
B. 1950
C. 1951
D. 1952

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 1949

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The Basic Principles Committee (BPC) was established in March 1949 by Khawaja Nazimuddin on the advice of prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan. The committee’s sole purpose was to determine the basic underlying principles that would determine future constitutions and legislature in Pakistan.

In which year the Basic Principles Committee submitted its first report?

A. 1949
B. 1950
C. 1951
D. 1952

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 1950

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The Basic Principles Committee was formed on 12th March 1949 by the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan. On 28th September 1950, the Basic Principles Committee presented its interim (first) report to the Constituent Assembly. The Basic Principles Committee comprised of 24 members.

Which act was adopted as the interim constitution of Pakistan on 14 August, 1947?

A. Government of India Act 1892
B. Government of India Act 1909
C. Government of India Act 1919
D. Government of India Act 1935

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Government of India Act 1935

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Government of India Act 1935 was adopted as the interim constitution of Pakistan on 14 August 1947. By the end of World War II, the British imperial government granted independence to its Indian colony and for that matter, the British Parliament enacted the Indian Independence Act, 1947. Under the Act, the British Crown relinquished its sovereign powers over India and transferred those powers to the newly established dominions of India and Pakistan on 14 August 1947. The Government of India Act, 1935, hitherto the constitution of British India, was amended to bring it in consonance with the aims and objectives of independence as laid down in the 1947 Act. The combination of these two constitutional instruments served as an interim constitutional order for both countries until their respective constituent assemblies adopted their own constitutions.

What was the relation of Shah Ismail Shaheed to Shah Waliullah?

A. Son
B. Grandson
C. Nephew
D. Uncle

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Grandson

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Shah Ismail was an Indian Islamic scholar. Shah Ismail Shaheed was born on 26 April 1779. He was the grandson of famous Islamic scholar and leader Shah Waliullah. Shah Waliyullah was born on 21 February 1703, a prominent Islamic scholar of Delhi. He was known as Shah Walliullah because of his piety. He memorized the Qur’an by the age of seven. Soon thereafter, he mastered Arabic and Persian letters.

When Quiad-e-Azam delivered his first speech to the First Constituent Assembly?

A. 2nd August 1947
B. 4th August 1947
C. 8th August 1947
D. 11th August 1947

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 11th August 1947 

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When the Partition of India finally occurred, Jinnah, soon-to-be Governor-General of the Dominion of Pakistan, outlined his vision of Pakistan in an address to the Constituent Assembly, delivered on 11 August 1947. He spoke of an inclusive and impartial government, religious freedom, rule of law, and equality for all.
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In which year Quaid-e-Azam accepted the Cabinet Mission Plan?

A. 1946
B. 1947
C. 1948
D. 1949

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 1946

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In 1946 Quaid-e-Azam accepted the Cabinet Mission Plan. Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Secretary of State for India on February 19, 1946, announced in Parliament that a special mission consisting of three Cabinet ministers, in association with the Viceroy, would proceed to India, in order to hold discussions with the Indian leaders. Jinnah faced extreme difficulties in the three-month-long grueling negotiations with the Cabinet Mission. Quaid-i-Azam the constitutionalist took appropriate steps to strengthen his hand as the spokesman of the Muslim League. He convened a meeting of the Muslim League Working Committee at Delhi (4-6 April 1946) which passed a resolution that “the President alone should meet the Cabinet Delegation and the Viceroy.

In which year Quaid-e-Azam resigned from congress due to differences with its leaders?

A. 1907
B. 1913
C. 1916
D. 1920

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 1920

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Jinnah in 1913 join the All India Muslim League without abandoning the membership of the Congress of which he had been an active member for some years. Jinnah resigned from the Congress in December 1920. By 1940, Jinnah had come to believe that Muslims of the Indian subcontinent should have their own state.