Consequences Of Nehru Report 1928

In the year 1928, a conference of all political parties was called in which not a single Muslim leader was included. This conference was convened in response of the move made by Lord Brikenhad, who the minister of Indian affairs.

A committee was set up in this conference headed by Pandit Motilal Nehru, the father of late prime minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. This Committee designed its report in a manner that the Muslims rights and interest were hard hit.

The separate Muslim electorate right that was given to Muslim Lucknow Pact, was withdrawn. This report turned in the favour of Muslims in the sense that the Muslims which were bifurcated into the different groups, were now united.