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jallianwalabagh situation after uncertainity and safety and other monitary
way works way amritsar place with fear and little bit other purpose spreaded
after few families related.....

One family near amritsar place......after marriage expired parents after husband
also expired after one widow without husband's related parents and relatives
help.....little bit own parents house place with neighbours and relatives
near amritsar place time....mumbai place littlebit brother married one requests
and when in Mumabi time.....identifies brother and sister-in-law (brother's
wife)only needs maid ....and came outside after helps one bullock cart one
market place one....then suddenly that time simon commission related which
way changed....


Other one...............Amritsar place one jallianwalabagh situation after
Mumbai place workers way and rickshaw pullers and labor way one family time
one Horse cart one.....with family and son, daughter and wife time son little
bit education way and painter way time......little bit distance one cloth
shop one which one regular customer which one little bit HOrse cart one
suddenly observes daughter related and when both Horse cart one son and
daughter related problem.....love related time simon commission related one
which way both families .....middle....


Another one........Rich one Amritsar place one Jallianwalabagh situation
after started one another business in Mumbai place one time with family
Amritsar place one rich one in Mumbai place expired after that rich one
second wife which way neglects and property way.....related after rich one
daughter suicide way outside time saves one un employed Mumbai place one
and both one which way with dances and plays little bit Mumbai BOmbay place
time that widowed rich one second wife brother which way identifies and
after simon commission related which way changed.....

Next one......Amritsar place one Jallianwalabagh situation after in Bombay
which one British police related work way time married wife related health
which way unsatisfied time....one Little bit Bombay near rural place one
girl ran from home one accidently mets that one....accident way that rich
one gives shelter and work in mill and both one also which way simon commission
time changed....here appears......

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The Indian Statutory Commission was a group of seven British Members of Parliament of United Kingdom under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon assisted by Clement Attlee. The commission arrived in British-occupied India in 1928 to study constitutional reform in Britain's most important colonial dependency. It was commonly referred to as the Simon Commission after its chairman, Sir John Allsebrook Simon. One of its members was Clement Attlee, who became committed to Indian independence by 1934 and achieved that goal as Prime Minister in 1947 in the granting of independence to India and Pakistan.[1]

At the time of introducing the Montagu–Chelmsford Reforms the British Government declared that a commission would be sent to India after ten years to examine the effects and operations of the constitutional reforms and to suggest more reforms for India.[2]

In November 1927 the British government appointed a commission under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon to report on India's constitutional progress for introducing constitutional reforms as had been promised.

Background[edit]
The Government of India Act 1919 had introduced the system of diarchy to govern the provinces of British India. The Indian public clamoured for revision of this form of government, and the Government of India Act 1919 itself stated that a commission would be appointed after ten years to investigate the progress of the governance scheme and suggest new steps for reform. In the late 1920s, the Conservative government then in power in Britain feared imminent electoral defeat at the hands of the Labour Party, and also feared the effects of the consequent transference of control of India to such an "inexperienced" body. Hence, it appointed seven MPs to constitute the promised commission to examine the state of Indian constitutional affairs.

Some people in India were outraged and insulted that the Simon Commission, which was to determine the future of India, did not include a single Indian member. The Indian National Congress, at its December 1927 meeting in Madras (now Chennai), resolved to boycott the Commission and challenged Lord Birkenhead, the Secretary of State for India, to draft a constitution that would be acceptable to the Indian populace. A faction of the Muslim League, led by Mohammed Ali Jinnah, also decided to boycott the Commission.

However, opinion was divided, with support for co-operation coming from some members of the Muslim League and also both Hindus and members of the Central Sikh League.[3] An All-India Committee for Cooperation with the Simon Commission was established by the Council of India and by selection of the Viceroy, Lord Irwin. The members of the committee were: C. Sankaran Nair (Chairman), Arthur Froom, Nawab Ali Khan, Shivdev Singh Uberoi, Zulfiqar Ali Khan, Hari Singh Gour, Abdullah Al-Mamun Suhrawardy, Kikabhai Premchand and M. C. Rajah. In Burma (Myanmar), which was included in the terms of reference of the Simon Commission, there was strong suspicion either that Burma's unpopular union with India would continue, or that the constitution recommended for Burma by the Commission would be less generous than that chosen for India; these suspicions resulted in tension and violence in Burma leading to the rebellion of Saya San.[4]

Protest and death of Lala Lajpat Rai[edit]
Almost immediately with its arrival in Bombay on 3 February 1928, the Simon Commission was confronted by throngs of protesters. A strike began and many people turned out to greet the Commission with black flags. Similar protests occurred in every major Indian city that the seven British MPs visited.

One protest against the Simon Commission became infamous. On 30 October 1928, the Commission arrived in Lahore where it was met by protesters waving black flags.[3] The protest was led by Indian nationalist Lala Lajpat Rai, who had moved a resolution against the Commission in the Legislative Assembly of Punjab in February 1928. In order to make way for the Commission, the local police force began beating protestors on 17 November 1928 in which Lala Lajpat Rai was killed.[3]

Aftermath[edit]
The Commission published its 2-volume report in May 1930. It proposed the abolition of dyarchy and the establishment of representative government in the provinces. It also recommended that separate communal electorates be retained, but only until tensions between Hindus and Muslims had died down. In September 1928, ahead of the Commission's release, Motilal Nehru presented his Nehru Report to counter its charges that Indians could not find a constitutional consensus among themselves. This report advocated that India be given dominion status of complete internal self-government.

Noting that educated Indians opposed the Commission and also that communal tensions had increased instead of decreased, the British government opted for another method of dealing with the constitutional issues of India. Before the publication of the report, the British government stated that Indian opinion would henceforth be taken into account, and that the natural outcome of the constitutional process would be dominion status for India.

The outcome of the Simon Commission was the Government of India Act 1935, which called for "responsible" government at the provincial level in India but not at the national level—that is a government responsible to the Indian community rather than London. It is the basis of many parts of the Indian Constitution. In 1937 the first elections were held in the Provinces, resulting in Congress Governments being returned in almost all Provinces.[5]

Clement Attlee was deeply moved by his experience on the Commission, and endorsed the final report. However by 1933 he argued that British rule was alien to India and was unable to make the social and economic reforms necessary for India's progress. He became the British leader most sympathetic to Indian independence (as a dominion), preparing him for his role in deciding on independence in 1947.[6][7]

Members of the Commission[edit]
Sir John Simon
Clement Attlee
Harry Levy-Lawson, 1st Viscount Burnham
Edward Cadogan
Vernon Hartshorn
George Lane-Fox
Donald Howard, 3rd Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal
See also[edit]
Delhi Statement
References[edit]
Jump up ^ John Bew (2017). Clement Attlee: The Man Who Made Modern Britain. Oxford UP. pp. 186–87. ISBN 978-0-19-020340-5.
Jump up ^ C.F. Andrews (2017). India and the Simon Report. Routledge reprint of 1930 first edition. p. 11.
^ Jump up to: a b c Nair, Neeti (May 2009). "Bhagat Singh as 'Satyagrahi': The Limits to Non-violence in Late Colonial India". Modern Asian Studies. Cambridge University Press. 43 (3): 649–681. doi:10.1017/s0026749x08003491. JSTOR 20488099. (Subscription required (help)).
Jump up ^ See e.g. Maurice Collis, Trials in Burma (London, 1938).
Jump up ^ Pew Ghosh (2012). Indian Government and Politics. pp. 20–21.
Jump up ^ Brasted Howard, Bridge Carl (1988). "The British Labour Party and Indian Nationalism, 1907‐1947". South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies. 11 (2): 69–99. doi:10.1080/00856408808723113.
Jump up ^ R.J. Moore, Escape from Empire: The Attlee Government & the Indian Problem (1983).
Further reading[edit]
Andrews, C.F. (2017). India and the Simon Report. Routledge reprint of 1930 first edition. p. 11.
Simon, John Allsebrook. Retrospect: The Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. Viscount Simon (1952) online pp 144–61.
Somervell, D.C. The Reign of King George V, (1936) covers Raj 1910-35 pp 80-84, 282-91, 455-64 online free
The New York Times, 29 June 1930
External links[edit]
Story of Pakistan: Simon Commission
Simon Commission Report Volumes 1-17

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