Which Indian National leader gave the call - 'Back to Cripps' after the Constitutional deadlock due to the Quit India Movement?

Options :
  1. Rajendra Prasad
  2. C. Rajagopalachari
  3. Mahatma Gandhi
  4. Jawaharlal Nehru
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

The setting up of a Constituent Assembly was proposed under Cripps Plan in 1942, was not acceptable to the Indian National Congress. They proposed dominion status for India after 2nd World War. Lord Linlithgow was the British colonial administrator & Viceroy during that time. Since it was not acceptable to the Indian National Congress, so Mahatma Gandhi made the comment that Cripps Mission was a 'post-dated cheque on a crashing bank'. The Indian National Congress session was held at Bombay in 1942 during the reign of Viceroy Lord Linlithgow. In that session they adopted the resolution to start the Quit India Movement. Mahatma Gandhi gave the famous clarion call 'Do or Die' for Indian freedom. But after the Constitutional deadlock due to the Quit India Movement, the Indian National leader C. Rajagopalachari gave the call - 'Back to Cripps' in the pre-independent India.

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