The Last Governor General of British India – Lord Mountbatten
3 June 1947 AD, Lord Mountbatten [1947 to 1948 AD] announced the plan, in which the partition of India was included in the two countries – India and Pakistan. The British Parliament of “Indian Independence Bill” was approved by the British Parliament on July 18, 1947 AD.
India became independent on August 15, 1947 AD.
- Lord Mountbatten remained the last Governor-General of British India and the first Governor General of independent India.
The first Indian Governor General of Independent India was Chakravarty Rajgopalachari.