HistoryWhich pact was signed between Gandhi and Ambedkar to settle the separate electoral dispute?

Which pact was signed between Gandhi and Ambedkar to settle the separate electoral dispute?


  1. A
    Delhi pact
  2. B
    Versailles treaty
  3. C
    Poona Pact
  4. D
    None of the above  

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    The Poona pact was signed between Gandhi and Ambedkar to settle the separate electoral dispute on 24 September 1932. M K Gandhi and B R Ambedkar signed on behalf of the oppressed class for the reservation of electoral seats in the British Government's Legislature. Ambedkar signed it on behalf of the oppressed classes and Madan Mohan Malviya on behalf of Hindus. After the Poona pact, Gandhi ended his fast in Yerwada jail in protest of British PM Ramsay MacDonald's decision to give separate electorates to the oppressed classes for the election of members of provincial legislative assemblies in British India.
     
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