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During the Indian Freedom Struggle, who of the following raised an army called "Free Indian Legion"? (a) Lala Hardayal (b) Rashbehari Bose (c) Subhas Chandra Bose (d) V. D. Savarkar
Ans. (c) The Free Indian Legion was established by Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the rivals to Mahatma Gandhi's leadership of the Indian independence movement
Which one of the following suggested the reconstitution of the Viceroy's Executive Council in which all the portfolios including that of War Members were to be held by the Indian leaders? (a)Simon Commission (b) Simla Conference (c) Cripps Proposal (d) Cabinet Mission
Ans. (b) In the summer of 1945, a conference was convened at Simla by the Viceroy, Lord Wavell, who had recently returned from England with the approval of the Newspaper report of the outcome of the Simla Conference British Cabinet to a proposal for reconstituing the Executive Council in consultation with Indian leaders. Gandhi was not a delegate to the conference, though he was consulted by the Viceroy and the Congress working committee.
Consider the following statements The Cripps Proposals include the provision for 1) Full independence for India. 2) Creation of Constitution-making body. Which of the statements given above is/are correct? (a) 1 only (b) 2 only (c) Both 1 and 2 (d) Neither 1 nor 2
Answer (B) "In 1939, the Second World War broke out at that time, the political condition of India was very complicated. Deadlock continued in the sphere of Indian politics on September in 1939, the congress demanded that India be declared as an independent nation. On the other hand, on the basis of Lahore resolution of 1940, the muslim league pressed their demand for the partition of India in the creation of separate muslim homeland. During the war period, the British govt. needed the cooperation of Indian's hence the British govt. tried vary actively to put an end to the deadlock in India politics for her own interest. In this end, Sir Stappord Cripps a member of British cabinet came to India with some proposals. It is popularly known as Cripps mission A constitution-making body (consisting of members elected by the Lower House of the Indian Legislature and the representatives of the Indian States nominated by their rulers) would be set up to draft a nevw constitution India would be given Dominion Status immediately after the termination of the war.
It envisaged a federation of British India and the Indian States as a dominion within the British Commonwealth. Britain would accept the constitution framed by the constitution-making body, subject to the following conditions: If any British Province did not wish to join the federation, it could retain its present position and the British Government would give it the same status as the rest of the Indian Union. A treaty would be signed between the constitution-making body and the British Government covering all subjects regarding transfer of power, including the rights of the minorities. Indian leaders were invited to participate in the Council of their country and the Commonwealth The power of Viceroy would remain as hitherto and he would be responsible for the defence of the country."