9 January 1930: Leadership cannot be imposed, it must be accepted by those on whose behalf it is claimed – Dr. Ambedkar
Janta newspaper reported the following: ‘The greatest presumption on Gandhi’s part at the Round Table Conference was that he claimed that he represented the depressed classes and not Dr. Ambedkar…. Leadership cannot be imposed, it must be accepted by those on whose behalf it is claimed.’
9 January 1931: Dr. Ambedkar at the fourth sitting of Round Table Conference in London, recommended transfer of police powers from minister to the Governor in times of imposition of emergency
This was the fourth sitting of Round Table Conference in London on the sub-committee No VII where the Police Act was being deliberated.
Mr. Zafrullah Khan : If I may add just this. Perhaps the members of this Committee are not all…
View original post 1,257 more words