History Class 8th

221. A report by the Province of ______ under Mr. Shareef called Sharef Report was also published on Congress atrocities in 1939.

A. Bihar

B. Bengal


D. Punjab

222. Warda Scheme was the brain child of?

A. Gandhi’ philosophy

B. Muslim league

C. None

223. 2nd World War started in

A. 1940

B. 1930

C. 1939

D. 1941

224. 2nd World War came to an end in?

A. 1944

B. 1945

C. 1943

225. Japan captured?

A. Singapore

B. Rangoon

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’

D. None

226. Delhi Proposal present best solution for putting an end to differences between Muslims and ______?

A. Sikhs

B. Hindus

C. British

227. Iqbal wrote many letter to ______ and compelled him to rejoin politics.

A. Jinnah

B. Shafi

C. Liaqat

228. Who started Quit India Movement?

A. Muslim league

B. Congress

C. None

229. Who raised the slogan of “Divide and Quit” in response to Quit India Movement?

A. Jinnah

B. Iqbal

C. Congress

D. None

230. Bandi Matram was taken from a racist Bengali _______.

A. Newspaper

B. Poster

C. Poem

D. Novel

231. Simon Commission was welcomed in Hindustan with ______.

A. Stones

B. Black clothes

C. Black flags

232. Talks between Gandhi and Jinnah started from 19 September 1944 and continued till ?

A. 25 September

B. 24 September

C. 26 September

D. None

233. On the eve of Pakistan resolution 1940, who were responsible for security of Jinnah?




234. Lahore resolution was passed in ______.

A. Minto park

B. Jinnah park

C. None

235. The Lahore resolution was presented on 23rd March, 1940 by?

A. Allama Iqbal

B. Quaid e Azam

C. Fazlul Haq

D. None

236. Minto Park is now called?

A. Jinnah park

B. Iqbal park

C. None

237. The word Pakistan was coined by Rahmat Ali in?

A. 1934

B. 1933

C. 1932

D. 1940

238. Who called “Lahore Resolution” as “Pakistan Resolution”?

A. Muslims

B. Jinnah

C. Iqbal

D. Hindu newspapers

239. Cripps Mission came to India on 22nd March, _______.

A. 1942

B. 1943

C. 1944

D. 1945

240. Cripps Report was rejected by?

A. Congress

B. Muslim League

C. Both ‘a’ and ‘b’