Which was an underlying cause for the partition of india by great britain in 1947? nehru refused to cooperate with muslim leaders. great bri

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Which was an underlying cause for the partition of india by great britain in 1947? nehru refused to cooperate with muslim leaders. great britain wanted to retain political power in parts of india. half of india was mountainous, and the other half was coastal plains. india’s hindus and muslims had a history of conflict?

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  1. Melody
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    2022-04-25T13:22:55+00:00

    The underlying cause for the partition of India by Great Britain in 1947 was that India’s Hindus and Muslims had a history of conflict.n

    Answer: Option Dn

    Explanation:n

    The leader of the Muslim League, Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Demanded from the British rulers a separate nation for the Muslims for he believed that it would be difficult for the Muslims to prosper in a land where there are majority Hindus.

    The British Parliament accepted this demand of his and partitioned the Indian subcontinent into three parts.n

  2. Ella
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    2022-04-25T13:23:08+00:00

    India’s Hindus and Muslims had a history of conflict

    Hindu was made of two different religious groups, with Pakistan being predominantly Muslim and India being predominantly Hindu. The two religions had a history of animosity toward each other.

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