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Why the Muslim League Earlier Rejected and Later Participated in Interim Government. - History and Civics

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Why the Muslim League earlier rejected and later participated in Interim Government.

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On 13th October, 1946 Jinnah wrote to the Viceroy informing him that the Muslim League had decided to join the Interim Government and changed its previous stand. Accordingly, on 25th October, 1946, the representative of the League were also inducted into the Government under Jawaharlal Nehru. But very soon there were arguments regarding the interpretations of the Cabinet Missions Plan. This resulted in the Muslim League creating an unpleasant situation. At this stage the Muslim League joined the Interim Government but did not join the Constituent Assembly.

Concept: Clauses of Cabinet Mission Plan
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