Agreement Made By The Indian National Congress Headed By

The plea asserted that Congress had signed the agreement by governing the country as part of a coalition, “although it has a hostile relationship with China… and hides the facts and details of the agreement with the country.” The agreement was signed on behalf of Congress by its leader, Rahul Gandhi, in the presence of the party`s president, Sonia Gandhi, and it was signed for China by Xi Jinping, then vice president, and a few other leaders, it was said. Lucknow Pact (December 1916), agreement of the National Congress of India under the leadership of Maratha leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak and the Muslim League of All-India under the leadership of Muhammad Ali Jinnah; It was adopted by Congress at its meeting in Lucknow on 29 December and by the League on 31 December 1916. The Lucknow meeting marked the reunion of the moderate and radical wings of Congress. The pact covered both the structure of the Indian government and relations between the Hindu and Muslim communities. The Lucknow Pact was an agreement between the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League at a joint meeting of the two parties held in Lucknow in December 1916. Through the pact, both sides agreed to allow the representation of religious minorities in provincial parliaments. The leaders of the Muslim League have agreed to join the Congress movement that calls for Indian autonomy. Scientists cite this as an example of consistency practice in Indian politics. Mahajan [who?] a.

a.dem congress, when he framed the agreement, as well as A.K. Fazlul Haq (who was part of the Congress and the Muslim League in 1916) and Mahatma Gandhi participated in this event. [1] [2] “You say that a political party has reached an agreement with China!… In our experience, we have not heard that a political party is reaching an agreement with another country,” Said Judge S A Bobde during the appearance of the petition of lawyer Shashank Shekhar Jha and journalist Savio Rodrigues. The plea against the INC and its leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi also sought details of the 2008 agreement, as the Congress party was not transparent on an issue of national importance. “A true spirit of freedom, equality and fraternity could be achieved through an appropriate means of transparency and investigation and a fair judgment that could only be obtained if the agreement is reviewed and secured by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) under the Illegal Activities (Prevention) Act of 1967,” the plea states. New Delhi, June 24 (IANS) A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court to ask the NIA/CBI to review the 2008 agreement between the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Communist Party of China (CPC) for high-level information exchange and cooperation between them. Lucknov`s pact was seen as a hopeful for Hindu Muslim unity. It was the fourth time that Hindus and Muslims had issued a joint demand for political reforms to the British. This has led to a growing belief in British India that the rule of the house (self-administration) is a real possibility.

The pact also marked the flood sign of Muslim Hindu unity. She forged friendships between the Muslim League and the Indian National Congress. Prior to the pact, both sides were seen as rivals who clashed and worked in their own interests. However, the pact made a change from that point of view. According to the plea, “the petitioners are firmly convinced that the security of the nation cannot and should not be put at risk by anyone.