12 Nov 1930 The first Round Table Conference

Round Table Conference 1930

This Day 12 Nov 1930 The first Round Table Conference, called by the British government to consider
the future constitution of India, opened in London.

1930–32, in Indian history, a series of meetings called by the British government to consider the future constitution of India. The conference resulted from a review of the working of the Government of India Act, 1919, undertaken in 1927 by the Simon Commission, whose report was published in 1930.
The conference, held in London, had three sessions.

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