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Implementation of State Reorganisation Commission India got its independent on August 15, 1947, from the government of British. The states of India that were classified by the British were not feasible for the government of India to administrate its states and borders. It was established that the reorganisation of states was necessary for the betterment of them but the foundation of the process was needed to be determined. There were many proposals developed for the basis of reorganisation, but each of them involved some issue which could have increased the intensity of matter. There was the proposal on which the state was supposed to reorganise on the basis of diversity of languages in India. This proposal was considered to establish as it would have eventually reorganised the state with religion and caste by just considering the linguistic matter. However, after some time, the Government raised the issue on this proposal because of posing a risk to the national identity. In the year 1948, the constituent assembly’s president, Rajendra Prasad arranged the commission of Linguistic Province to address and resolve the state reorganisation on the basis of linguistic matter. The committee was comprised of the top most influential leaders of India. However, at the end of the year 1948, the committee after analysing every aspect of the matter concluded in its report that the reorganisation on the linguistic basis is not majorly supported by the nation of India. This report further concluded that the Bombay, Madras and Central Provinces could be reorganised on the basis of financial self-sufficiency, administration’s feasibility and the geographical contiguity. Furthermore, this linguistic commission led to another formation of the committee named as the JVP committee, which was formed by the congress. Their report which was published in the year 1949, concluded that the time period was not appropriate for the reorganisation by considering the sentiments and views of the people. In the same year, B.R. Ambedkar sent a Memorandum to the linguistic committee where he supported the idea of reorganisation on the basis of linguistic.

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