Nov 6, 2015
Sir Stafford Cripps was a left-wing Labourite, who had actively supported the Indian national movement headed a mission was known as Cripps Mission. This mission was for full cooperation to British in Second World War. The British were not willing to agree to the formation of a truly national government. They also tried to promote the interests of the princes. While they agreed to the demand for a constituent assembly, they insisted that the Indian states in the assembly would be represented by the nominees of the princes, and that the people of the states would have no representation on it.