One month before publication of Simon Commission Report in April 1930, Indian National Congress and All India Muslim League started to show their severe resentment of Simon Commission Report, Quaid-e-Azam, in argument of his resentment against Simon Commission Report said:
‘As no Indian has been taken in Simon Commission, neither Commission report can be accepted nor any cooperation could be extended with it. The Simon Commission should go back’.
Large scale resentment broke out all over India against the Report of Simon Commission, protesting demonstrations took place, non-cooperation was shown, and riots carried on the large scale and for suppressing them police action took place. Consequently many injured and as a result of injury to a Hindu Leader Lala Lajpat Raiy, the central assembly of Lahore was bombed.