The history of the Indian freedom movement is mainly the history of the Indian National Congress that represented and reflected the real will of the people of the country. It is evident from their refutable fact that people belonging to all parts of the country and professing different faiths and creeds joined this national organization to take part in the, freedom struggle and serve the country in the best possible manner. However in opposition to this trend of progressive and constructive nationalism, some other trends of a sectarian and communal nature also grew which the editor has tried to include in different volumes with a view to maintain, as far as possible, the unity of a particular trend. A section of the Indian Muslim intelligentsia ridiculed and denigrated the aims and objects of the Indian National Congress from the very beginning and took to the ways of isolationism and exclusivism that led to the intensification of the trend of sectarianism and communalism in the politics of the freedom movement of India.
The subject matter has been arranged in following four volumes :
1. Muslim League Speaks (1906-1925).
2. Muslim League Speaks (1926-1947).
3. Muslim League on Separate Electorates and Nehru Report.
4. Muslim Nationalist and Nationalist Muslim.