Nehru Report (1928):

Nehru Report (1928):

1. In the meanwhile, the Secretary of State, Lord Birkenhead, challenged the Indians to produce a Constitution that would be acceptable to all. the challenge was accepted by the Congress, which convened an all party meeting on 28 February 1928.

2. It was headed by Motilal Nehru.

3. The Report published by this Committee came to be known as the Nehru Report.

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