The British PM Ramsay Macdonald announced the _____ award in 1932 at the end of Second Round Table Conference.

A. McKinnon Award

B. Karl Deutsch Award

C. Lionel Gelber Award

D. Communal Award


The Communal Award was created by the British prime minister Ramsay MacDonald on 16 August 1932. Also known as the MacDonald Award, it was announced after the Round Table Conference and extended the separate electorate to depressed Classes and other minorities. Communal Award was to grant separate electorates in British India for the Forward Caste, Lower Caste, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, Indian Christians, Anglo-Indians, Europeans and Untouchables (now known as the Dalits). It is also known as 'McDonald Award'.

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