Third Round Table Conference November 1932
Third Round Table Conference was held in London on November 17, 1932.
This was just a nominal conference, Congress refused to attend it (not invited, in fact) and in Britain, the Labor party also refused to not to attend it.
So, only 46 people reached out there.
Please note that it was this conference where a college student Chaudhary Rahmat Ali proposed the name of the new land specially carved out from India for the Muslims. The name of this “holy” land was – Pakistan.
Muslim leaders who attended the conference were Muhammad Ali, Agha Khan, Fazlul Haq, Jinnah.
The outcome of the Third Round Table conference was the ” White Paper” issued by the Government. On the basis of this paper, the Government of India Act 1935 was to be passed.