Civics

The founder President of Adivasi Maha Sabha was _______________.


ANSWER

Jaipal Singh


SOLUTION
Jaipal Singh Munda was the president of his party Adivasi Mahasabha formed in 1937. Hence, Option A is correct. None of the other persons were members of Adivasi Mahasabha, hence, incorrect. 
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