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Identity any two consequences of the partition of India 1947.

Solution

According to the two-nation theory advanced by the Muslim League, India consisted of not one but two people–Hindus and Muslims. Thus, the people demanded a separate country for Muslims, i.e. Pakistan. Two main causes of the partition in 1947 were
i. Political competition between the Congress and the Muslim League.
ii. The role of British in dividing the Hindus and Muslims by their policy of ‘divide and rule’.

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Solution Identity Any Two Consequences of the Partition of India 1947. Concept: Legacy of Partition - Challenge of 'Refugee' Resettlement, the Kashmir Problem.
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