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Indian National Congress 1885


      Establishment of Indian National Congress
No. Indian National Congress
1. Indian National Congress was established on December 28, 1885 in Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit College in Bombay.
2. An English man Allen Octavian Hume was the founder of Indian National Congress.
3. The first session of Indian National Congress was held in Bombay.
4. W.C.Bennergy was the president of First Indian National Congress.
5. 72 delegates were attended the first session of Indian National Congress.
6. Second session of Indian National Congress was held in Calcutta in 1886. It was presided by Dadabhai Naoroji.
7. Third session in 1887 was held in Madras. It was presided by Badruddin Tyabji.
8. The first foreigner who presided the Indian National Congress was George Yule. He became president of Congress in fourth session held in Allahabad in 1888.
9. INC played a vital role in the Indian Freedom Movement. It had national character and had members from different parts of the country.
10. Indian National Congress under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru, on Dec. 31, 1929, declared the attainment of complete independence as its goal. It also decided to celebrate independence day on 26 Jan, 1930.
11. The Indian National Congress at Lahore session on Dec 31, 1929 resolved that the attainment of complete independence as its goal.
12. Annie Besant was the first woman presedint of the Indian National Congress.
13. Badruddin Tyabji was the first Muslim President of the Indian National Congress.
14. The National Anthem first sung at Calcutta in Congress session.
      
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