History of Fourteen Points
Things happened much as Jinnah predicted. The khilafat movement died when Kemal Ataturk abolished the caliphate in turkey, and the non-cooperation movement ended up in chaos and confusion. By 1924, Hindus and Muslims were fighting with each other again. Jinnah became increasingly convinced that this would go on unless the people started thinking about what kind of laws they needed in the country, instead of following their feelings. In the 1929, he proposed the fourteen points. He believed that if these points were considered in the making of new consituation then the Muslims would feel secure and the people of South Asia might be able to live together, and work for their independence from the British.