A) Cabinet Mission of Britain, which was prepared for a long stay in India, visited India, to negotiate with Indians to set up a National Government and to set into motion machinery for transfer of power
B) The policy of Britain in 1946 was clearly in favour of a United India in sharp contrast to its earlier policy of divide and rule
C) On 2nd September, 1946, the Interim Government of India was formed with Congress members alone with Jawaharlal Nehru as its actual head
D) When the All India Muslim League recognised the long term provisions of the Cabinet Mission Plan for the transfer of power, Lord Wavell brought, it into the Interim government of India.
Correct Answer: D
Solution :After the end of the Second World War, the British authorities in India released all political prisoners who had participated in the Quit India movement. The Indian National Congress, the largest Indian political party, which had long fought for national independence, agreed to participate in elections for a constituent assembly, as did the Muslim League. The newly elected government of Clement Attlee dispatched the 1946 Cabinet Mission to India to formulate proposals for the formation of a government that would lead to an independent India. The elections for the Constituent Assembly were not direct elections, as the members were elected from each of the provincial legislative assemblies. In the event, the Indian National Congress won a majority of the seats, some 69 percent, including almost every seat in areas with a majority Hindu electorate. The Congress had clear majorities in eight of the eleven provinces of British India. The Muslim League won the seats allocated to the Muslim electorate.
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