The Muslim Students Federation worked a lot for the political reawakening of Muslims of Punjab. This federation was established in September 1937 and since no branch of All India Muslim League was there in Punjab in the beginning, all the sympathies of Muslim Students Federation was with Muslim League because it was the representative party of Muslims in India.
This federation convened various meetings in Punjab attended by Quaid-e-Azam, Allama Iqbal and other prominent leaders of All India Muslim League. This conference opposed British and Congress effectively. The leaders of Muslim League used to attend the meetings arranged by this federation.
The demand and achievement of the separate homeland for the Indian Muslims was the integral part of the constitution of this federation right from the beginning.