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All Party Conference 1928

The All-Party Conference in 1928 was a historic event, held in the Mumbai city of the present-day state of Maharashtra during the Indian freedom struggle. The conference was organized by the Indian National Congress to bring all the political parties together to devise a common minimum program for the Independence of India. The conference was attended by leaders from various political parties and social organizations, including the Congress, Hindu Mahasabha, Muslim League, and others. Presided by Jawaharlal Nehru, the conference provided a platform for the congregation to discuss several critical issues faced by India, including the demand for self-governance, the Simon Commission’s proposals, and the problems of the peasantry and workers. On one hand, the conference condemned the repressive policies of the British government and its exploitation of the resources of India. On the other hand, it emphasized the need for Hindu-Muslim unity and the importance of non-violence in the nationalist movement. The All-Party conference played a vital role in the Indian independence movement, as it brought together diverse political and social organizations to build a united front against British rule.

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All Party Conference 1928