2 edition of Non-official resolutions from the members of the All India Congress Committee. found in the catalog.
Non-official resolutions from the members of the All India Congress Committee.
Indian National Congress. All-India Congress Committee
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DS480.84 I67 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
Several non-official resolutions were dealt with by the Council of State. No decision was arrived at by Bengal Congressmen in regard to the office acceptance issue. 13th. The Bengal Provincial Congress Committee at a meeting held decided against office acceptance, 14th. The Bengal jute mill strike situation were unchanged with 17 mills and. In a grand committee of forty members there could be fourteen officials, and we consider that no great harm will ensue if Government defers legislative projects which axe opposed by the whole elected element and f or which it cannot secure the support of six out of the seven members whom the Governor has it in his power to select from the whole.
Morley Minto Reforms () Study Material. Initiatives of Lord Morley and Lord Minto Lord Morley, who was the secretary of state for Indian Affairs declared in the British parliament in the year that his government wished to bring new reforms for India. Non-official majority; Not all the members were elected. Powers of the Councils were increased. Now; Budget could be discussed. Members were allowed to present Resolutions and put up questions. Executive Councils were formed for Bombay, Madras and Bengal and Lt. Governor Provinces. Elections were to be held by University Senate, District Boards.
Home GS Static Test Indian polity & Governance Test 4 Indian polity & Governance Test 4 By admin Ap GS Static Test, Indian Polity & Governance 0 Comments. Gandhiji condemned the proposals as a “ post-dated cheque”. Quit India M ovement The Congress Working Committee passed a resolution at Wardha in July, demanding the withdrawal of the British from India. It was adopted by the All India Congress Committee at Bombay on 8 August,
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On 8 Augustthe Quit India resolution was passed at the Mumbai session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC). The draft proposed that if the British did not accede to the demands, a massive Civil Disobedience would be launched.
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Full text of "Report of the Civil Disobedience Enquiry Committee, " See other formats. Notices of as many as non-official resolutions have been received which was discussed by the Subjects Committee. The main resolution was presented to the Subjects Committee by Jinnah late at night on Friday 22nd and deliberated until 2 am on Saturday 23 March The Quaid-i-Azam did not provide copies of the resolution to the members.
Non-Official Resolutions – All India Congress Committee Session, Lalbagh, Bangalore, July 24 – 25, A. The Kutch-Sind Border Question (A Collection of Documents with Comments), Indian Society of International Law, Scindia House, New Delhi, A.
Though non-official members were in no position to defeat government measures in the Council, they took question procedure very seriously.
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The Indian members opposed the Bill not only at the introduction stage but at every stage. During the course of the passage of the Bill, the Council was divided 16 times. On all occasions, Indian members voted solidly together.
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The Congress had decided to contest Muslim seats as well as the seats of the Scheduled Classes with their own Muslim and Scheduled Classes candidates. The Manifesto, thus, had to cover and satisfy several interest groups. The draft of the Manifesto was duly approved in August at the All India Congress Committee Meeting in Bombay.
28th session held in karachi 1. 28th Session held in Karachi The Twenty-eighth National Congress met in Karachi, Sindh, on the 26th, 27th and 28th December, The Pavilion was dignified and well decorated, and each of the sixteen gates was ornamented with a motto descriptive idea.
The President’s brief reply closed the proceeding, and the Twenty-eighth National Congress dissolved. RESOLUTIONS I. Resolution-That this Congress desires to place on record its sense of the great loss sustained by the country by the death of Mr.
Ghosal, who was a staunch worker in the Congress cause, and Mr. Justice P. Sundara Aiyer. The number of elected members was 98; the remaining members belonged to the Executive Council or were nominated non-official members. The. Home > Committee Reports > th Congress > S.
Rept. > Part 5 S. Rept. - INVESTIGATION OF ILLEGAL OR IMPROPER ACTIVITIES IN CONNECTION WITH FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGNS th Congress (). In the end I will only say that if we of the Congress party who are in a majority desire to prove true to our past, if we have the desire in us to implement all the resolutions that we have adopted in the past, if we do not want to live with the lie in our soul, I appeal to the House to accept this amendment and put an end to one of the most.
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From Ambedkar's Pakistan or the Partition of India: Central Assembly seats Nominated + ex officio = 41 Elected General = 22 Elected Muslims = 5 (Wolpert quotes this number as being 8 of 28 non-official) Total = 68 Elected General = 52 Elected Muslims = 52 Nominated members.
Whereas the Council of the All-India Muslim League has resolved to reject the proposals embodied in the Statement of the Cabinet Delegation and the Viceroy, dated 16th Maydue to the intransigence of the Congress on one hand, and the breach of faith with.
One of the resolutions that was adopted at the All India National Conference at Wardha was that education must be imparted through the mother tongue. In this connection, the Zakir Hussain Committee’s observation was that the proper teaching of the mother tongue is the foundation of all.
By the end of the League executive could discern the implication of the Congress campaign against the princes for Muslims' position in an all-India federation: '[The Congress's] main objective in championing the cause of the States' people is only to secure the establishment in the Indian State of an elective system enabling their.obligation of all of us, to remember with heart- felt gratitude and respect all those who have sacrificed their lives, to make India free.
Let their soul rest in peace/ Let our path always be on democratic lines! QUESTION BANK 1. Discuss Minto-Morely Reforms. 2. (a) Explain the Salient features of the Montague-File Size: KB.A powerful Congress leader in the west of India, Vallabbhai Patel, had persuaded the Thakor Sahib in December to agree to the appointment of a committee to draw up a scheme of reforms.
The committee would consist of three officers of the State and seven non-official members to be recommended by Patel and nominated by the Thakor Sahib.