Civics

Match the following.

(a)Nagpur session (1920)(i)Poorna Swaraj
(b)Madras Session (1927)(ii)Changes in the constitution of Congress
(c) Calcutta Session (1928)(iii)Resolution of Fundamental Rights and Economic Policy
(d)Lahore Session (1929)(iv)Return of Gandhiji to active Politics after 6 years
(e)Karachi Session (1930)(v)Independence Resolution passed for the first time.


ANSWER

a-ii, b-v, c-iv, d-i, e-iii


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