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India Freedom Agreement

Sahil M BegThe author is a sub-editor at indianexpress.com. He tweets about <a href=. Congress President Motilal Nehru insisted that the goal of the Indian National Congress is freedom in substance, with "whatever name is called." Recently, I heard the recording of Rajiv Dixit, a very famous nationalist. I heard that he said in the 1947 transfer of power agreement, signed between Nehru-Mountbatten for Indian independence. It is mentioned that India will be a member of the Commonwealth for 99 years and that no British law would be amenable or removable. ? That`s not all, the Queen of Great Britain is head of state by the President of INDIA. so she doesn`t need a passport/visa to enter INDIA…. The final decision on the status of independence from the Dominion would be made after or during the end of this 99-year agreement. ?.. (i) the existence of free movement and the protection of transit; Legislative representatives of the Indian National Congress[2], the Muslim League[3] and the Sikh community[4] agreed with Lord Mountbatten on what became known as the June 3 or Mountbatten Plan.

This plan was the last plan for independence. India`s early years of freedom were struck by the tragic legacy of division. Refugee resettlement, economic disruption and insufficient resources for virtually all needs, persistent local conflicts (since more than 10% of the Indian population remained Muslims) and, within a few months of independence, the outbreak of an undeclared war with Pakistan in Kashmir were just some of the greatest challenges the newborn faced. Lord Mountbatten remained in New Delhi to be India`s first new Governor-General, mostly a ceremonial job, while Nehru was the first prime minister to assume responsibility for India`s responsible government and to head a congressional cabinet of which Patel was the second most powerful figure. You are right. The Indian Independence Act of 1947 clarifies few facts. Most things were contained in the 1947 transfer of power agreement signed between Nehru and Lord Mountbatten, in fact, this agreement is a confidential agreement that has not been made available to the public, few people got their hands on few of the books of the agreement and revealed what they found. Reading Article 147 Indian Constitution makes it clear that if Privy Council, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, is at the head of the Indian Independence Act of 1947 or in the government of the Indian Act of 1935.

The Indian Supreme Court will have to obey these changes. Our Indian constitution always calls country India as the dominion of India You can verify this by reading the real and easy consequence. The Indian Provisional Government inherited a large number of powers from the British Government and used them to suppress the internal opposition needed to build a solid social and economic basis for a new republic. However, the increased use of colonial powers by Congress did not unfold without criticism. . . .

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