Agreement Between Gandhi And Ambedkar

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The three Round Tables (TRCs) were organized between 1930 and 1932 by the British government for constitutional reforms in India. During the first lecture, Dr.B.R. Ambedkar, who represented depressed classes at the conference, called for separate constituencies for the untouchables. It is significant that between 1947 and 1951, Gandhi and Ambedkar came together in unexpected and remarkable ways. Gandhi, despite Ambedkar`s participation in the viceroy`s executive council, brought him into the nationalist herd during the Quit India movement (1942-45). Ambedkar was involved in the process of the letter of the Indian Constitution, although he had significant differences with Gandhi, and was even later integrated into the first cabinet of independent India, although Ambedkar`s influence on the elections or otherwise did not automatically obtain this position. On September 27, 1932, while in prison, Gandhi announced a fast until death, until various voters withdrew from the prize. The British had assured that they would make changes to the arbitral award if these changes were the result of an agreement between the communities concerned. Indian political leaders understood that the best chance to get Gandhi to end his fast was to allow an agreement between Gandhi and Ambedkar. At first, Ambedkar was not impressed by Gandhi`s fast. But later, he passed and agreed to negotiate. In the end, Gandhi and Ambedkar reached an agreement – the Poona Pact of 1932 – that rejected separate voters.

Bhagwan Das, a close supporter of Ambedkar, independently quotes Vona`s speech: “I think that in all these negotiations, much of the credit must be given to Mahatma Gandhi himself. I must admit that I was surprised, enormously surprised when I met the Mahatma, that there was so much in common between him and me. Ambedkar may have been the architect of the Indian Constitution, but compared to Gandhi, he is not so close. How can Dalits be separate voters? It is of course the British plan to divide India permanently, but Gandhi came to the rescue. The author comfortably tries to support his point of view with useless and unreliable facts. There is one thing about India to defame Gandhi, and the author is trying to play his part. The one who once tried to project Gandhi in the wrong color became dust. Let us respect our father of the Gandhi nation and try not to indulge in these stupid and useless acts…