IJSP is an International, Peer Reviewed/ Refereed, Indexed, Open Access, Online Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. 10 Golden Years of the regular Publication Call for Paper : IJSP invites Research articles, View Papers, Short Communications, Book Reviews etc for Vol 11(02):2024 Timeline for Vol 11(02):2024 Proposed Publication Date (Online): 31 July 2024, (Print): 15 August 2024 Last Date of Submission: 31 May 2024

Indian Independence at the Mid Night : Issues and Challenges

Rais Ahmad


Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Gandhi Faiz-e-Aam College, Shahjahanpur, U.P. INDIA


This article deals with the immediate consequences after Independence of India. After introduction, it will reveal that how the Indian Self-Government was formed and what are the challenges it faced after partition. The division of various resources according to the 1947 act, division of boundary, division of civil employees, infrastructure, finances, military personnel and its establishment etc. are explained in detail. The paper also deals with the worst face of the violence due to partition and rehabilitation of the people across the border. Later, the Lucknow Pact signed between Liaquat and Nehru is also part of this paper. My aim is to make understand the students, scholars and the people of our country, the prices paid by the Indians even after independence. The article shows the way, that even after this disaster event also, how the people of India grew up gradually to come parallel to the technically sound nations of the world.

India, Independence, Conflicts, Division