(EDITORIAL) “Jinnah rejects Gandhi’s offer.” Such is the caption we see in the Congress Press for the tale given out via Mr. Rajagopalachari of his negotiations with Mr. Jinnah, but to any truthful-minded person it should come as a dishonest model of what happened. There is not an iota of fact inside the proposal that Mr. Jinnah rejected the inspiration… and indeed whilst Mr. Rajagopalachari first delivered the word “rejected” Mr. Jinnah protested that the outline changed into each “unexpected and unfair”. Some distance from Mr. Jinnah slamming the door, he undertook to place the draft-compromise before his colleagues within the Muslim League working Committee, a perfectly legitimate demand, thinking about the troubles involved.
while Mr. Gandhi, who has plenary powers as leader of the Congress… insists that he need to… recognize the thoughts of his colleagues within the Congress running Committee, the call for is deemed reasonable by means of those very revilers of Mr. Jinnah. Mr. Gandhi has the strength to call off the sanction for civil disobedience whereas Mr. Jinnah regards that the proposals purporting to return from Mr. Gandhi name for scrutiny by using his colleagues as a totally important prelude to a very last choice… — sunrise Delhi
posted in sunrise, July eleventh, 2019