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Cabinet Mission (in Hindi)
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Chapter-6 Part-D

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Aartee Mishra
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Anuradha Singh
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billi chuho ka fayeda nhi uthaye gi wo to chuho ko hi kha jayegi ,,,that is what british govt, did...!!!!!!!!
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India unacadeny By Aartee Mishra National Movement- Towards Freedom and Partition- 1939-1947 Part D Hindi

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  3. THE CABINET MISSION The Attlee Government announced in February 1946 the decision to send a high-powered mission of three British Cabinet members (Pethick Lawrence, Secretary of State for India; Stafford Cripps, President of the Board of Trade; and A.V. Alexander, First Lord of Admiralty to India to find out ways and means for a negotiated, peaceful transfer of power to India Cabinet Mission in India The mission reached Delhi on March 24, 1946. It had prolonged discussions with Indian leaders of all parties and groups on the issues of: (i) interim government (ii) principles and procedures for framing a new Constitution giving freedom to India. As the Congress and the League could not come to any agreement on the fundamental issue of the unity or partition of India, the mission put forward its own plan for the solution of the constitutional problem in May 1946

  4. Cabinet Mission Plan-Main Points Rejection of the demand for a full-fledged Pakistan, because: The Pakistan so formed would include a large nonMuslim population-38% in the North-West and 48% in the North-East; Grouping of existing provincial assemblies into three sections: Section-A: Madras, Bombay, Central Provinces, United Provinces, Bihar and Orissa (Hindu-majority provinces) Section-B: Punjab, North-West Frontier Province and Sindh (Muslimmajority provinces) Section-C: Bengal and Assam (Muslim-majority provinces Three-tier executive and legislature at provincial, section and union levels A constituent assembly to be elected by provincial assemblies by proportional representation (voting in three groups- General, Muslims, Sikhs) This constituent Assembly to be a 389-member body with provincial assemblies sending 292, chief commissioner's provinces sending 4, and princely states sending 93 members

  5. Cabinet Mission in India This was a good, democratic method not based on weightage In the constituent assembly, members from groups A, B and C were to sit separately to decide the constitution for provinces and if possible, for the groups also Then, the whole constituent assembly (all three sections A, B and C combined) would sit together to formulate the Union constitution A common centre would control defence, communication and external affairs. Communal questions in central legislature were to be decided by a simple majority of both communities present and voting Provinces were to have full autonomy and residual powers. Princely states were no longer to be under paramountcy of British Government They would be free to enter into an arrangement with successor governments or the British Government After the first general elections, a province was to be free to come out of a group and after 10 years, a province was to be free to call for a reconsideration of the group or the Union constitution Meanwhile, an interim government to be formed from the constituent assembly Acceptance The Muslim League on June 6 and the Congress on June 24, 1946 accepted the long-term plan put forward by the Cabinet Mission

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