The last session of Indian National Congress attended by Bal Gangadhar Tilak was

(A) Calcutta Session, 1906
(B) Surat Session, 1907
(C) Calcutta Session, 1917
(D) Amritsar Session, 1919

Correct Answer : Amritsar Session, 1919
Question Asked : UPPCS (Pre) 2014
Explanation : The last session of Indian National Congress attended by Bal Gangadhar Tilak was Amritsar Session, 1919. He had mellowed sufficiently to oppose Gandhi’s policy of boycotting the elections to the legislative councils established as part of the reforms that followed from the Montagu-Chelmsford Report to Parliament in 1918. Instead, Tilak advised the delegates to follow his policy of ‘responsive cooperation’ in carrying out the reforms, which introduced a certain degree of Indian participation in regional Government.
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