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The Muslim and Hindu Communal Responses Amendments Proposed by Jinnah At the All Parties Conference held at Calcutta in December 1928 to consider the Nehru Report, Jinnah, on behalf of the Muslim League, proposed three amendments to the report: 1. One-third representation to Muslims in the Central Legislature 2. Reservation to Muslims in Bengal and Punjab legislatures proportionate to their population, till adult suffrage was established 3. Residual powers to provinces. These demands not being accommodated, Jinnah went back to the Shafi faction of the Muslim League and in March 1929 gave fourteen points which were to become the basis of all future propaganda of the Muslim League
jinnah's Fourteen Demands 1. Federal Constitution with residual powers to provinces 2. Provincial autonomy 3. No constitutional amendment by the centre without the concurrence of the states constituting the Indian federation 4. All legislatures and elected bodies to have adequate representation of Muslims in every province without reducing a majority of Muslims in a province to a minority or equality 5. Adequate representation to Muslims in the services and in selfgoverning bodies 6. One-third Muslim representation in the Central Legislature 7. In any cabinet at the centre or in the provinces, onethird to be Muslims 8. Separate electorates 9. No bill or resolution in any legislature to be passed if threefourths of a minority community consider such a bill or resolution to be against their interests. 10. Any territorial redistribution not to affect the Muslim majority in Punjab, Bengal and NWFP.
jinnah's Fourteen Demands 10.Any territorial redistribution not to affect the Muslim majority in Punjab, Bengal and NWFP 11. Separation of Sindh from Bombay 12.Constitutional reforms in the NWFP and Baluchistan 13.Full religious freedom to all communities 14. Protection of Muslim rights in religion, culture, education and language Other developments which kept the political temperature high during 1929 included the Meerut Conspiracy Case (March), bomb explosion in Central Legislative Assembly by Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt (April) and the coming to power of the Labour Government led by Ramsay MacDonald in England in May
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