Which Person Demarcated Line Between India and Pakistan?
Sir Cyril Radcliffe
Sir Cyril Radcliffe chaired the Commission in 1947, to demarcate the boundary line between India and Pakistan. Radcliffe line equitably divides 4,50,000 km sq. of territory with 88 million people.
On 15 July 1947, the Indian Independence Act 1947 of the parliament of the United Kingdom determinate that British rule in India would come to an end. The mind at the back of Radcliffe line was to fabricate a boundary which would divide India along religious community under which Muslim-majority provinces would become part of the new nation of Pakistan and Hindu and Sikh Majority provinces would stay in India