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What does AIML stand for?

AIML stands for All India Muslim League (pre-partition India)

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To pay tribute to the great contribution of Turkey's founding leader Mustafa Kamal Ataturk, whom he greatly admired, the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, announced Day of National Mourning, on behalf of All India Muslim League, on the sad demise of Ataturk in 1938", he informed.
Annual Session of All India Muslim League was held on March 23, 1940 at the historical Iqbal Park of Lahore.
He said, there was no single leader in All India Muslim League who previously belonged to any religious party, they were all political figures and wanted to obtain political and economic rights of Muslims of subcontinent, thus the very basis of creation of Pakistan was political and economic.
He termed it as unfortunate that all factions of Pakistan Muslim League which claim to be true representatives of All India Muslim League had denied Separate Electorate to Minorities.
1913 Wrote Tarikh-e-Hind (Urdu) 1915 Wrote Asrar-i-Khudi (Persian) 1918 Wrote Ramuz-i-Bekhudi (Persian) 1923 Wrote Payam-i-Mashriq (Persian) 1923 Knighthood Conferred 1924 Write "Bang-i-Dara (Urdu) 1926 Became a member of Punjab Legislative Council 1927 Wrote Zabur-i-Ajam (Persian) 1930 Became President of All India Muslim League 1930 Carved the idea of Pakistan 1930 Attended the Second Round Table Conference 1930 The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam (English) 1932 Wrote Javid-Namah (Persian) 1936 Wrote Bal-i-Jibril (Urdu) 1936 Wrote Zarb-i-Kalim (Urdu) 1936 Wrote Pas Cheh Bayad Kard (Persian) 1938 Wrote Armagan-i-Hijaz (Persian and Urdu) 1938 Died on April 21.