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Please write a paper of approx. 2600 words making either the best case for Partition of India or the best case against it.

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The research paper will use a qualitative methodology by reviewing literature to attempt and answer the research question. The literature review will rely on numerous primary and secondary sources. The primary sources include textbooks. Secondary sources include websites and book reviews that focus on the Indian partition. The paper is divided into 4 main sections. The first section will focus on a literature review about the Indian partition. The second section will discuss why the partition of India should never have happened with evidence from the literature. The last part will provide a conclusion and summary of the main ideas. Overall, the paper is designed to argue against the partition of India.
The main hypothesis is that the Indian subcontinent should not have been partitioned into India and Pakistan since it was unplanned, hasty, and led to the division of a strong nation along religious and ethnic lines leading to death, forced migration, and economic turmoil.
Literature Review
The literature behind the Indian partition is wide and covers many aspects from political to religious factors that led to the partition. Nevertheless, numerous primary sources provide a background to the issue through a discussion of major events as well as decisions. Hajari Nisid wrote a book “Minnight’s Furies: The Deadly Legacy of India’s Partition”, which he describes the historical partition of India into Pakistan and India in a comprehensive manner. The book illustrates the aftermath or sheer scale of the partition. The author considers the Indian partition to be one of the biggest tragedies in international geopolitics. An estimated 10 million individuals were displaced through forced migration (Haraji 15). The partition also claimed over a million lives in bitter conflicts that ranged the country.
In the book, Hajari focuses on the power dynamic applied before and during the Indian partition. His focus is on the roles of key characters featured in the partition including Mohammed Ali Jinnah and Jawaharlal Nehru. For the most part, the book argues that Jinnah was the influential character who made the partition inevitable. Jinnah is portrayed as a power hungry individual who set out to revenge against the majority Hindu congress. The book argues that Jinnah felt threatened by the political strategies applied by Nehru and the Hindu congress to frustrate Muslim efforts under the Muslim League. The key turning points in the Muslim-Hindu relations took a turn for worse in 1937. In 1937, Nehru refused to admit the Muslim League as an alliance partner (Haraji 22). Furthermore, Nehru...

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