According to K.M. Munshi, appointed Indian agent general in Hyderabad, the Indians felt that the conclusion of a status quo agreement with Hyderabad meant that India had lost control of Hyderabad`s affairs. The Hyderabad State Congress opposed it because it was seen by the Indian government as a sign of weakness. [16] V. P. Menon said Nizam and his advisers saw the deal as a respite in which Indian troops would be withdrawn and the state could build its position to maintain independence. [17] The debtor company is a party that, with operating subsidiaries holding or likely to have valuable assets, conducts a formal proceeding or violates its financial obligations and, as a general rule, the supreme parent company. On October 22, 10, 1947, members of the Pakistani tribe from the western districts of the state and members of the Pushtoon tribe from the border province of Pakistan, northwest of Pakistan, entered the state, supported by Pakistan. The Maharaja initially resisted, but asked for help from India, which agreed on the condition that the ruler join India. Maharaja Hari Singh signed the Instrument of Accession in Exchange for Military Aid and Support on 26 October 1947, adopted the following day by the Governor General. A status quo agreement was negotiated between India and the newly formed Dominions of Pakistan and the Princes of the British Empire before their integration into the new territories. It was a bilateral form of agreement.

The state of Jammu and Kashmir, which joined both India and Pakistan, decided to remain independent. She proposed to sign status quo agreements with the two gentlemen. Pakistan immediately agreed, but India asked for further discussions…