The Round Table Conference of 1930s were called for?

A. The future Constitution of India
B. The Future of British
C. The Partition Plan
D. To visit England


The Round Table Conferences of the 1930s were called for discussing the future constitutional setup of India. Option A, “The future Constitution of India,” is the correct answer. These conferences were a series of meetings held in London, England, between 1930 and 1932. The purpose was to address the constitutional reforms in British India and find a way forward for self-governance. Representatives from various Indian political parties and the British government participated in these conferences to discuss issues related to the Indian constitution, the rights of minorities, the future of princely states, and other matters concerning India’s political future. The conferences played a significant role in shaping the discussions and negotiations leading to India’s eventual independence in 1947.

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