Q. 24.2( 27 Votes )

Why was the Simon Commission boycotted?

Answer :

The Simon Commission was appointed in the year 1929. The Simon Commission was constituted under Sir John Simon.

1. The commission was set up to look after the functioning of the constitutional system in India and suggest changes.

2. However, they did not have a single Indian member, which was a huge problem.

3. When the Simon Commission arrived in India in 1928, it was greeted with the slogan,

‘Simon, Go Back’.

Hence, the Simon Commission was boycotted as it did not have any Indian representation.

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