In which year, Quaid-e-Azam was given the title of ‘The Ambassador of Hindu Muslim Unity’?

A. 1916
B. 1920
C. 1924
D. 1928


Correct Answer: A. 1916

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In 1916 Lucknow Pact took place between All India Muslim League, lead by M.A.Jinnah, and Indian National Congress, lead by B.G. Tilak. By this pact, Muslim-Hindu’s political relationships were improved and the religious communities were brought closer, and later on, Congress also accepted the sperate electoral rights for Muslims. Jinnah played an important role in this whole arrangement and in fact, was an adamant supporter of Hindu-Muslim unity and thus named “Ambassador of Hindu Muslim Unity”. However, it’s another story that later on Jinnah realized that Hindu wasn’t very good team players and weren’t going to be helpful in cause to support Muslims which was later quite evident after the 1937 elections.