Why Was the Indian National Congress Formed?

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The Indian National Congress was formed to promote the obtaining a greater share in government for educated Indians. It was initially not opposed to the British rule. This party later spear headed the struggle for independence after it faces constant opposition from the government.
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-Founded in 1885 with the objective of obtaining a greater share in government for educated Indians.as a platform to voice Indian public opinion.
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Very thoughtful question. It sets me thinking. See we all believe that Congress is a national party . Since pre-independence they are supposed to be representing Indians.. Indians
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