Soon the Nizams found themselves under pressure from Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (Ittehad), the Muslim nationalist party that was active in the state and withdrew from the agreement.  On the morning of 27 October, Qasim Rizvi, the leader of Ittehad, organized a massive demonstration by several thousand activists to block the delegation`s withdrawal. He convinced Nizam that, as India was then linked to the defence of Kashmir, it did not exceed sufficient resources to put pressure on Hyderabad. He claimed that a Hyderabad princess could get a much more favorable deal.  Nizam then appointed a new delegation, dominated by members of the Executive Council opposed to the previous agreement.  Former Hyderabad bureaucrat Mohammed Hyder called the event the “October coup.” From that moment on, Qasim Rizvi began calling the gunfire in the Hyderabad administration.  A status quo agreement can be reached between governments for better governance. The Nizam of Hyderabad, which had previously obtained a three-month extension to agree on new agreements with the Dominion of India, wrote to the Indian government on 18 September that it was ready to enter into an association agreement with India. But he said membership would cause unrest and bloodshed in the state.  On 11 October, Hyderabad sent a delegation to Delhi with a draft status quo agreement, described as “complex” by V.
P. Menon, Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Minister of State Vallabhbhai Patel rejected any agreement that would not fully cede defence and foreign affairs matters to the Indian government. On the advice of Governor General Louis Mountbatten, Menon prepared a new draft treaty that was referred with the Hyderabad delegation. The Nizam Executive Council reviewed the agreement and approved it by six votes to three. Nizam agreed, but delayed the signing of the agreement.  At the international level, it may be an agreement between countries to maintain the current situation, in which a liability due by one another is suspended for a specified period of time. The debtor company will be a party, with operating subsidiaries holding valuable assets or at risk of violating a formal procedure or its financial obligations, as well as, as a general rule, the ultimate parent company.