CABINET MISSION PLAN, 1946 The plan submitted by a cabinet mission sent by the British government suggested provincial groupings before power was transferred to the Indians Two groups-in the northwest and northeast of the country-were to be made up of the provinces in which the Muslims constituted the majority, whereas the rest of India was to form the third group The three groups, as well as the Indian Union, were to have their own legislatures The Indian Congress Party wanted to control the provinces from the union legislature, which it knew it could dominate, while the Muslim League wanted the authority for the central government to flow from the group legislatures The plan was accepted by the Muslim League, but rejected by the Congress Party

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