The Liberals at various points backed British rule in India, and virtually never supported India's exit from the British Empire. These stances rotated around the idea that Indians must petition and conduct a dialogue with the British to obtain more self-government and political freedoms. They also espoused the British system of education and cultural influences on Indian life.
Liberals also participated in the legislative councils and assemblies at the town, provincial and central levels. Up till the Government of India Act 1935, most Indians and the Congress Party rejected the councils and... Read More