The Simon Commission was rejected because there was no a single Indian member in the Commission. In 1927, the British Parliament appointed a seven member commission headed by Sir John Simon, that is why it was called Simon Commission. It was appointed to look into the working of Constitution for India
What was the objective of Simon Commission and why was it opposed?
The British appointed Simon Commission in 1927 with following aims: 1️ It was to report about the extent to which the Act of 1919 had worked out successfully. 3️ The main purpose was to determine India's fitness for self government.
Why was Simon commission created?
The Simon Commission was formed to review the working of Government of India Act, 1919 and suggest further constitutional and administrative reforms in the British colonial rule of India. The long story: In the year 1918, constitutional and government reforms were made by the colonial British Government for India.
rejected because in simon commision there is not a single person from India
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*SIMON'S COMMISSION ::--)
(1) Simon commission was formed in November 1927 and chaired by Sir John Simon.
(2) The commission was formed to recommend to the government whether India was further ready for constitutional reform and on what lines.
*WHY INDIAN's PEOPLE OPPOSED IT ::--)
The problem was that the commission did not have a single Indian member . all were Britishers. When The commission arrived in India in 1928 it was greeted with the slogan "GO BACK SIMON"
Simon commission was headed by Sir John Simon in 1928. Simon commission was brought to India by the British government to suggest some changes in the Indian constitution. Indian people opposed the simon commission
because the commission did not have any Indian members in it. People started boycotting it with a slogan ' GO BACK SIMON'
The Simon Commission was a group of 7 MPs from Britain who were sent to India in 1928 to study constitutional reforms and make recommendations to the government. The Commission was originally named the Indian Statutory Commission. It came to be known as the Simon Commission after its chairman Sir John Simon.In 1930, the Commission published its two-volume report, also known as the Simon Report. The Simon Commission was dispatched to India in 1928 to review the the Government of India Act 1919. The Commission, appointed by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, did not include any Indian delegates.
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The Indian Statutory Commission, commonly referred to as the Simon Commission, was a group of seven English, male British Members of Parliament under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon.
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The Commission was strongly opposed by many in India . It was opposed byJawaharlal Nehru , Mahatma Gandhi, Jinnah, the Muslim League and Indian National Congress because it contained seven members of the British Parliament but no Indians. Indians saw it as a violation to their right of self determination and insult to their self respect.
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it was opposed because there was no indian member in the commision and it was passesd through the british parliament even after opposition from indian members
It was opposed by Nehru, Gandhi, Jinnah (Pakistan), the Muslim League and Indian National Congress because it contained seven members of the British Parliament but no Indians.Indians saw it as a violation to their right of self determination and insult totheir self respect.
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