The first meeting of the entire Indian Muslim League was held in Karachi on December 29, 1907, under the chairmanship of Adamji Peer Bhai. 11-12 April. The twenty-fourth meeting of AMIL was held in Mumbai with Sir Syed Wazir Hassan as Chairman and Sir Currimbhoy Ebrahim as Chairman of the Reception Committee. The adopted resolution included those thanking Mohammad Ali Jinnah for his « valuable services » related to the Shahdiganj Mosque issue « at a time when no other leader could dare to take responsibility… » and the appointment of a committee to change the rules of the AIML. From the beginning, there was a feeling that the All India Muslim League would not achieve significant success without attracting British public opinion to its side. That is why Syed Ameer Ali organized the branch of the Muslim League in London. The inaugural meeting took place on 6 May 1908 at Caxton Hall in London. It was visited by Muslims and British who preferred their point of view. The Punjab Provincial Muslim League, at a meeting of its general body under Khan Bhahadur Malik Zaman Mehedi Khan, recommended to the AIML the goal of achieving full independence for India in order to bring about changes in accordance with the Constitution and the rules of the League. 6 December A meeting of the AIML Council was held in Delhi and adopted a resolution acknowledging the services rendered by H.H. the Aga Khan, Jinnah, Sir Mohammad Shafi and other Muslim delegates to the Round Table Conference and congratulating them on their unanimity and solidarity. Knowing the circumstances that led to the formation of the Muslim League was not difficult to see what she wanted. However, the Muslim League has set itself the following points as its objectives.
After accepting the demand for separate representation in Minto Morely`s reforms, it made sense to have a political party to fight for elections for Muslim representation. Whatever the impact of the Muslim League, it has made it clear that the interests of Muslims must be seen as completely separate from those of Hindus. A merger of the two communities in the future was not possible. He steered the ship of Muslim destiny safely through political chaos and unrest to Pakistan`s safer port. Here are the reasons for the creation of the Muslim League. The Indian press, owned or inspired by the Congress, had vehemently opposed the concession . Minto was also unhappy and caused problems in drafting rules and regulations regarding councils. He first brought Ali Imam to his side (whom he met directly in Simla) to urge the League to accept mixed electorates as well. It was useless, because the league was not interested. It can also be said that what the British (especially Minto) had in mind with « separate representation » was always different from what the Muslim League understood. Razi Wasti (1964, p. 183) suggests that Sir Charles Lyall, who was responsible for advising on separate representation in the India Office, did not do his job properly.
However, the Indian government established the rules and regulations on July 22, 1909: six seats reserved for Muslims from six provinces in the Imperial Legislative Council, plus two additional seats per nomination if Muslims did not get these seats in the general election. Despite Muslim protests in June and July, the government has not budged. Morley had transported both Muslims and his « Hindu packages » . He and Minto were very upset about the Muslim promises, and Minto remarked, « I think the Mohammedans are treated fairly and generously. We can wisely refuse to negotiate further with them.  On November 15, 1909, the Councils of India Act came into force. A resolution establishing the All India Muslim League was passed by Nawab Salimullah Khan and supported by Hakim Ajmal Khan, Maulana Muhammad Ali and Moulana Zafar Ali. The resolution was passed by the All India Educational Conference on December 30, 1906. A committee has been set up to prepare the draft Constitution.
Sir Agha Khan was appointed chairman and Syed Hassan Balgrami secretary, while Nawab Mohsim-ul-Mulk and Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk were appointed co-secretaries with six vice-chairmen. In this way, the Muslim League was founded and became the sole representative of Muslims. The Aga Khan III shared Ahmad Khan`s belief that Muslims should first build their social capital through advanced education before engaging in politics, but then boldly told the British Raj that Muslims must be seen as a distinct nation within India. Even after resigning as president of the AIML in 1912, he still exerted great influence on its policies and program.  In 1913, Mohammed Ali Jinnah joined the Muslim League. [ref. needed] The party grew out of the need for Muslim political representation in British India, particularly in the case of the massive Hindu opposition sponsored by the Indian National Congress to the partition of Bengal in 1905. At the annual meeting of the All India Muslim Education Conference in Ahsan Manzil in 1906, the Nawab of Dhaka, Khwaja Salimullah, proposed founding a political party to protect the interests of Muslims in British India. The motion was passed unanimously by the conference, leading to the official establishment of the All India Muslim League in Dhaka.  It remained an elite organization until 1937, when the leadership began to mobilize the Muslim masses and the League then became a popular organization.
  The Union of India Muslim League is recognized by the Election Commission of India as the State Party to Kerala. The party is a key member of the opposition United Democratic Front, the alliance led by the Indian National Congress at the Kerala state level.  Whenever the United Democratic Front governs Kerala, party leaders are elected key ministers.  October 7 An emergency meeting of resident members of the AIML Central Council, with Sir Nabiullah as chairman, was held in Lucknow to review telegrams from the Aga Khan and the London branch of the AIML regarding the Italian invasion of Tripoli. 5 December A meeting of the AIML Executive Committee (Working Committee) was held in New Delhi with M.A. Jinnah as Chairman. He dealt with the gravity of the situation in the P.C. and Berar cases and in the Government of India Act 1935. Among the resolutions adopted were those declaring that « .. The Muslim League is already opposed to the federal system enshrined in the Government of India Act of 1935 for reasons it has made clear on several occasions, and it warns the British government that if the methods of coercion and intimidation cause the British government to yield to Congress, Muslims will not hesitate to resort to the most extreme measures. to resist such a position, in which their most vital interests would stand.
to be sacrificed »; and the establishment of a committee composed of Sir Abdullah Haroon, Raja Saheb Mahmudabad and Nawab Ismail Khan Saheb to select and accept, on behalf of the Muslim League, a suitable candidate for the seat in the Central Legislative Assembly that has become vacant by the death of Maulana Shaukat Ali Saheb. Nov. 12 Meeting of the AIML Council in Delhi with Raja from Mahmudabad as Chairman. President Jinnah of the AIML was also present. The Nehru report has been discussed. It was stated that the final decision on the Nehru report would be taken at the annual meeting of the AIML in December.