The 1946 Cabinet Mission to India for planning of the transfer of power from the British Raj to the Indian leadership proposed an initial plan of composition of the new Dominion of India and its government. Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Secretary of State for India on February 19, 1946, announced in Parliament that a special mission consisting of three Cabinet ministers, in association with the Viceroy, would proceed to India, in order to hold discussions with the Indian leaders. Towards the end of June, the Cabinet Mission left for England, their task unfulfilled. This mission gave the plan to resolve the deadlock which is known as Cabinet Mission Plan. League and Congress, British government sent a special mission of Cabinet ministers in India.
To end this, the British government sent a special mission of cabinet ministers to India. After extensive discussions with Congress and the Muslim League, the Cabinet Mission put forward its own proposals on May 16, 1946. According to the proposals of the Cabinet Mission announced in May, 1946, the country could have a Federal government consisting of the British and the Indian India. According to the proposals of the Cabinet Mission announced in May, 1946, the country could have a Federal government consisting of the British and the Indian India. IND 5083. Mahatma Gandhi with Lord Pethwick Lawrence British Secretary of State for India after a meeting on 18 April 1946.
Early in 1946, the Labour Government dispatched an all-party parliamentary delegation to India to meet Indian leaders and convince them of the British desire for an early settlement of the Indian constitutional issue. The Cabinet Mission to India was consisted of the Secretary of state Pethick Lawrence, Sir Stafford Cripps, and the President of the Board of Trade and A. In the absence of any unanimous solution the Cabinet Mission announced its own recommendation on 16th May 1946. (4) The British Indian Provinces and the territories should be divided into three groups, the first group should contain Punjab, North-West Frontier Province, Sind and Baluchistan. 16 MAY 1946, Page 1. A New Stage in India The British Cabinet mission spent 16 May 1946 The Spectator Archive Back to The Spectator. Breakdown on this point was not considered inevitable until the last stage, simply because the Cabinet mission’s suggestions left the maximum scope for mutual concessions.
Cabinet Mission Plan
After the Second World War, Lord Atlee became the Prime Minister of England. On 15 March, 1946 Lord Atlee made a historic announcement in which the right to self-determination and the framing of a Constitution for India were conceded. 03, 1946 – British Cabinet Mission to India Arrives in Karachi: The members of the British Cabinet Mission to India visited – E0KR4F from Alamy’s library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. British Cabinet Mission in India to meet Viceroy, press & governors to discuss independence.