The All Parties Conference was a group of Indian political parties known for organizing a committee in May 1928 to author the Constitution of India
after independence was actualized.
It was chaired by Pandit Motilal Nehru
A draft constitution, known as the Nehru Report
, was adopted by the All Parties Conference in Lucknow
, in 1928.
Members of the All Parties Conference included the Indian National Congress
, All-India Hindu Mahasabha
, All-India Muslim League
, All-India Conference of Indian Christians
, All India States Peoples' Conference
, and Central Khalifat Committee
In its meeting from 28 August 1928 to 31 August 1928, the All Parties Conference recommended dominion status
Category:1928 in British India
Category:Indian independence movement