I have read about Pakistan Movement (PM), about the Partition of India between the two and I want to know why Delhi didn't became part of Pakistan (in contrast to Edirne of the Ottoman Empire which the Turks managed to take back) because:
For centuries Delhi had been the capital of the Mughal Empire from Babur to successors of Aurangzeb and of previous Turkic Muslim rulers of North India. The series of Islamic rulers keeping Delhi as a stronghold of their empires left a vast array of Islamic architecture in Delhi and a strong Islamic culture permeated the city.
The Wikipedia article doesn't provide enough information on part of PM. If I am not mistaken, this was due to low Muslim population in Delhi. But I think it does not clarify the issue enough because British imperialists were not fair in partitioning India, for example:
While the Muslim majority districts of Murshidabad and Malda were given to India, the Hindu majority district of Khulna and the Buddhist majority, but sparsely populated, Chittagong Hill Tracts were given to Pakistan by the Radcliffe award.
I have some questions:
What did the PM undertake to incorporate Delhi into Pakistan? (Lobbying? Rallying for Delhi?)
Did PM members feel something special regarding Delhi? (Like Ottomans in ragard to Edirne.)
Why did PM not succeed on the issue of Delhi? (Besides the low-population-of-Muslims reason.)