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  • INDIAN LEADERS : COTEMPORARY OPINIONS

     21.08.2017
    INDIAN LEADERS : COTEMPORARY OPINIONS

     There is general consensus of opinion that the reactionary measures of Lytton and the Anglo-Indian agitation over the Ilbert Bill hastened the process which lad to the foundation of Congress towards the very end of the year 1885. The Indian National Congress was the fulfillment of and logical corollary to all the efforts at organising political associations in different parts of India. Towards the close of Lytton’s Vicroyalty, that is about 1878 and 1879, Allan Octavian Hume, a retired official of the Government of India, became convinced that some definite action was called for to counteract the growing unrest. Hume was an enlightened imperialist, alarmed at the growing gulf between the rulers and ruled. He had considerable misgiving about est

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