Simon commission (short note)
Asked by jammukingkaran123 | 30th Sep, 2020, 10:35: AM
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
Answered by Akansha | 30th Sep, 2020, 02:50: PM
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