The first Indian to hold office as Governor-General of independent India was

(A) Rajagopalachari
(B) Surinder Nath
(C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
(D) B. R.Ambedkar

Correct Answer : Rajagopalachari
Question Asked : 53rd to 55th BPSC (Pre) 2011
Explanation : C. Rajagopalachari (1948-50) was the last Governor-General of Independent India. He was Chief Minister of Madras (1952-54). In 1959, he left Congress due to some differences and formed a new party entitled ‘Independent Party.’
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