Author: Prafull Goradia
Publisher: Contemporary Targett
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175253762
The Hindus of Nehruvian India bent over backwards to placate the Muslims. Sections of the Constitution, for example Articles 29 and 30, which were proposed early in 1946 in order to try to persuade the Muslims to withdraw their insistence on partition, remained in the supreme statute even after 1947. The reactionary Muslim Women's Bill was passed to overturn the Supreme Court judgement in the Shah Bano case. Yet the community, by and large, has been unhappy. Even secular fundamentalists are unable to find further ways to appease Muslim opinion.
In the midst of such hopelessness, patriotic citizens search for solutions, anywhere and everywhere. One obvious solution lay in the vision of Qaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who had demanded not only territorial vivisection of India, but also an exchange of population whereby all non-Muslims would migrate to Hindustan and all Muslims would inhabit Pakistan. Unfinished Agenda is the story of this unfulfilled dream, Pakistan, especially the western wing, went out of its way in ethnic cleansing. The disappointment is India's failure to encourage hijrat.
LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS
Why Transfer Population?
Unfinished Agenda of Partition
Hindu Muslim Gulf
Theological Genesis of Separatism
Subcontinental Ummah is One
Separate Homeland For all Muslims
Ambedkar on Partition
Pakistan and Communal Peace
Azad Opposed Partition
Mujeeb Censured Muslim League: Zakaria Blames Jinnah
Brother Ahmed Ali Jinnah
Jinnah turns Apostle of Pakistan
Two Nation Theory
Ethnic Cleansing by Pakistan
Get Out of Bangladesh
Population Transfer Between Greece and turkey
Population Exchange Between Bulgaria and Greece
Why No Hindu Christian riots?