History of Cabinet Mission Plan  | 1946 Cabinet Mission to India
On February 16, 1946 AD, the naval forces revolted in Bombay. On 25 June 1945AD, the Shimla conference was held under the chairmanship of Lord Wavell, which was unsuccessful. On March 24, 1946 AD, the Cabinet Mission reached Delhi, whose objective was to give direct vision to the full independence of India. According to the Cabinet Mission Plan, elections were held in July 1946 AD for the creation of the Constituent Assembly.
The Interim Government
- The interim government was formed on September 2, 1946 AD.
- Jawaharlal Nehru was appointed the Prime Minister of the interim government.
- The Muslim League celebrated the direct action day on August 16 for the achievement of Pakistan.
- The Muslim League announced the celebration of Pakistan Day on March 23, 1943 AD.