HistoryWhen were the Indian states reorganised?

When were the Indian states reorganised?


  1. A
    1950
  2. B
    1960
  3. C
    1956
  4. D
    1959 

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    Indian states were reorganised in 1956. With the formation of Andhra as a state, Other language groups also pressed for the establishment of their independent states. It was decided to create separate provinces for speakers of Assamese, Bengali, Oriya, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Telugu. A States Reorganisation Commission was established, and its report was published in 1956. North India's substantial Hindi-speaking territory was also supposed to be divided into numerous states. The bilingual state of Bombay was split into separate Marathi, and Gujarati-speaking states a short time later, in 1960. The state of Punjab was split in 1966 into two separate states, Punjab and Haryana.
     
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