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When was the day of Deliverance celebrated?

A. 23 Dec 1939
B. 22 Dec 1941
C. 23 Dec 1941
D. 22 Dec 1939

Answer & Solution
Option: D
Explanation :“Day of Deliverance” (Youm-e-Nijat) was a celebration day marked by Muslim League and others on 22 December 1939 during the Indian Independence movement. It was led by Muslim League President Muhammad Ali Jinnah, and intended to rejoice the resignation of all members of the rival Congress party from provincial and central offices in protest over their not having been consulted over the decision to enter World War II alongside Great Britain.
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