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Pakistan Studies Pre Independence Important Past Papers Solved Mcqs 6

Pakistan Studies Pre Independence MCQs Section 6

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  • When did Simon Commission arrive in India?

A. 1926
B. 1927
C. Feb 1928
D. 1930

Tax Inspector-08/Naib Tehsildar-09

At the time of Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms in 1919, the British Government declared that a commission would be sent to India after ten years to examine the effects and operations of constitutional reforms. The commission comprising of 7 members of British parliament came to report on India’s constitutional progress for introducing constitutional reforms.

  • How many members were there in Simon Commission?

A. 6 members
B. 7 members
C. 8 members
D. 9 members

Asst Punjab Workers Welfare Board LHRD-19 (Contract Basis)

  • Simon Commission included Indian members:

A. 1
B. 2
C. No Indian
D. 3

Punjab Treasury Deputy Acct-19 (M)

  • Who was the viceroy of India at the time of Simon Commission?

A. Lord Irwin
B. Lord Willingdon
C. Lord Linlithgow
D. Lord Wavell

Naib Tehsildar-09

  • Simon Commission suggested the separation of:

A. Bombay from Punjab
B. Punjab from Indian Gujarat
C. Sindh from Bombay
D. Assam from Bengal

ESE (G)-19 (M)

  • The All-India Muslim League opposed the Simon Commission (1928). However a section of the Muslim League supported cooperation with the Simon Commission. Who was the leader of this dissident section of the Muslim League?

A. Mian Ijaz Shafi
B. Sir Mian Muhammad Shafi
C. Mian Muhammad Ahmad Ali
D. Mian Barkat

Asst Punjab Employees Social Security LHRD-19

  • Nehru Report was published in:

A. 1927
B. 1928
C. 1929
D. 1930

Asst Special Education Dept-20

  • Quaid-e-Azam pledged for the Muslims rights in the Nehru report presented in:

A. 1929
B. 1928
C. 1930
D. 1931

Asst Livestock-20

  • Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in response to Nehru Report (in 1928) presented his 14 points in a meeting of the council of the All India Muslim League on:

A. 28 Mar 1928
B. 28 Jan 1929
C. 28 Feb 1929
D. 28 Mar 1929

Tax Inspector-08/AD Pop Welfare-14/Labour Inspector-17/Lecturer (Pak St.) SED-18/Gender Monitoring Specialist WDD-18 (Contract Basis)/AD Labour Welfare-19

  • Which provinces reforms were mentioned in Quaid-e-Azam fourteen points (of 1929)?

A. Sindh and Punjab
B. NWFP and Balochistan
C. Sindh and NWFP
D. Sindh and Gilgit-Baltistan

Asst Punjab Employees Social Security LHRD-19 (2)/Asst & Head Clerk Local Govt-20 (CB)

  • Who was the founder of Krishak Sramik Party, formerly called Krishak Praja Party?

A. Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar
B. Abul Kasem Fazlul Haq (in 1929)
C. Nizam-ud-din
D. None of above

Tax Inspector-08/AD Pop Welfare-17

  • The Khudai Khidmatgar Movement (a Pushtun nonviolent resistance against British Raj, founded in 1929) was started by:

A. Abdul Ghani Khan
B. Sardar Aslam Khan
C. Abdul Ghaffar Khan
D. Muhammad Ashraf Khan

AD Pop Welfare-17

Abdul Ghaffar Khan is also known as Badshah Khan or Bacha Khan or Fakhr-e-Afghan or Frontier Gandhi. He is the grandfather of Asfandyar Wali Khan (President of Awami National Party).

  • Which leader of the then NWFP was also known as the Frontier Gandhi?

A. Abdul Jabbar Khan
B. Abdul Ghaffar Khan
C. Abdul Ghani Khan
D. Sardar Aslam Khan

Lecturer (Physics) PHED-20

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