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Documents on separation of Sind from the Bombay Presidency

Documents on separation of Sind from the Bombay Presidency

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Published by Institute of Islamic History, Culture, and Civilization, Islamic University in Islamabad .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sindh (Pakistan)
    • Subjects:
    • Sindh (Pakistan) -- Politics and government -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited with an introduction by Hamida Khuhro.
      SeriesDocumentation series ;, 10-, Documentation series (Islamic University (Islāmābād, Pakistan) Institute of Islamic History, Culture, and Civilization) ;, 10.
      ContributionsKhuhro, Hamida.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS392.S58 D6 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3014530M
      LC Control Number84931353

      During the years that followed, Hataria traveled as a merchant, again in Sind (5 ½ years), which from was under British rule and was being incorporated into the Presidency of Bombay, and up to Firozpur (Ferozepore) in the Panjab (1 ½ years); east of the Indus, he also traveled in Thar Parkar and in Marwar (in Rajasthan; Šahmardān, p. ). Sind: annexed to the Bombay Presidency in Punjab: Established in from territories captured in the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars. Nagpur Province: Created in from the princely state of Nagpur, seized by the doctrine of lapse. Merged into the Central Provinces in

      NPR: Book Reviews Summary judgment on books of note, from NPR personalities, independent booksellers and critics from across the public-radio spectrum. The name Karachee was used for the first time in a Dutch document from , in which a merchant ship de Ridderkerk is shipwrecked near the original settlement. The city continued to be ruled by the Talpur Amir's of Sindh until it was occupied by Bombay Army under the command of .

      After India gained independence in , Bombay Presidency became part of India, and Sind province became part of Pakistan. The territory retained by India was restructured into Bombay State. It included princely states such as Kolhapur in Deccan, Baroda, Dang in Gujarat, which were under the political influence of Bombay Presidency. [49]. Emirs of Sind, who were of Baluch descent, held power in the late 18th and early 19th cent. until Sir Charles Napier, the British general, defeated them in The British made Karachi the capital and administered Sind as part of the Bombay presidency until , .


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Documents on separation of Sind from the Bombay Presidency. Islamabad: Institute of Islamic History, Culture, and Civilization, Islamic University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hamida Khuhro.

sepration of sindh from bombay presidency- brief history Posted on Aug by deepakgr During s the demand for separation of Sindh had emerged that got stronger and in Montague-Chelmsford reforms fell short of expectations of Sindh’s province, thereby making it a popular demand by Sindhis at every forum.

The Bombay Presidency, also known as Bombay and Sind from to and the Bombay Province, was an administrative subdivision of British India. Headquartered in the city of Bombay, at its greatest extent, the presidency included the Konkan, Nashik and Pune divisions of the present-day Indian state of Maharashtra; Ahmedabad, Anand, Bharuch, Gandhinagar, Kheda, Panchmahal and Surat districts Capital: Bombay.

Sindhi Muslims eventually demanded the separation of Sindh from the Bombay Presidency, a move opposed by Sindhi Hindus. By Sindh was separated from the Bombay Presidency. Elections in resulted in local Sindhi Muslim parties winning the bulk of l: Karachi. She was elected as a member of the Sind Legislative Assembly in during the time of separation of Sind from Bombay Presidency.

She continued to be a M.L.A. until She was the first Muslim lady in Indo-Pakistan to be appointed as a parliamentary Secretary ina post that she held upto in the Sind government.

The situation at present is that His Majesty’s Government having accepted the principle of separating Sind from Bombay, the Central Government after theoretically resuming the functions and revenues and liabilities which it had allotted to the Bombay Presidency under the Devolution Rules, is reassigning them to the two new provinces of Bombay.

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