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State reorganization commission

State reorganization commission

State reorganization commission: India was liberated on August 15, 1947, but before India’s independence, the demand for restructuring of states in India was gaining momentum. This is the reason why the demand for demand increased. The Constituent Assembly formed the S Dhar Commission in November 1947 The commission’s work was to give recommendations on the restructuring of the state which will be based on the language. A committee was constituted to consider the recommendations of the rate commission, including the three members committee 194 8 in which three members Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabh Bhai Patel, and Bhai Patel and Patta also included Sitaramai and this committee was known as JBP Committee, it was suggested by the S K Dhar Committee that the reorganization of the states was the advancement of the nation. And on the basis of economic condition, and not on the basis of languages, Thus, the SIR committee formed the basis of the base language of the language based on the basis of the language. Mithi did not accept the reorganization of the states on the basis of the basic language of the basis of the language-based language of the language. Mithi accepted the recommendations of the committee accepted by the Congress Working Committee in 1949 by the committee. Even after this, there was constant resistance, especially in the Telugu-speaking areas, on the basis of language, the state of establishing a state winner C was increasingly growing and this movement of the Telugu-speaking areas was taking a violent form with very fast and seeing this movement became so violent that in 18 to 53 the Congress in Telugu-speaking areas accepted the reorganization on the basis of language. This was the reason that the first state formed on the basis of language on the language of linguistic basis was named Andhra Pradesh and the state was created in 1953 in 1953, It was increased that the resolution of the state reorganization commission headed by Sajal Ali in 1953, the recommendations of the Commission was submitted in 1955 as a report in which the recommendations were presented keeping in mind the language and other aspects. The recommendations made by the Commission were much more influential to the recommendations which were made by the Commission, and more impact on the recommendations was made by Parliament. The Reorganization Act 1956 was passed and fully implemented as a result of the formation of 14 states and 6 union territories, we should note that the first reorganization in India on the basis of language constituted Bihar in Orissa and Assam in 1912. Similarly, the demand for state restructuring started on the basis of language in India, and eventually, the government demanded this demand. After the conversion of people into a violent movement, the government’s compulsion to kill the demands of the people, and still there is a demand for restructuring of the state on a linguistic basis in India, which has to be tackled by our government. Our government makes every effort

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