Who among the following was never concerned with Indian National Congress?

(A) Firozshah Mehta
(B) Hakim Ajmal Khan
(C) Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
(D) Sir Syed Ahmad

Correct Answer : Sir Syed Ahmad
Question Asked : Uttarakhand UDA/LDA (Pre) 2003
Explanation : Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was never connected with Indian National Congress. He was in Judicial Service during the revolt of 1857. He was loyal towards British. He became the antagonist of Congress due to misinterpretations by British. He published magazine “Rajbhakt Muslima” to express loyalty towards British and established “United Indian Patriotic Association” with the cooperation of Raja Shiv Prasad “Sitarehind.” He propagated his ideology through Magzine “Tahjeeb-ul-Akhlakh.” He had established an Anglo-Muslim Oriental School in Aligarh in 1875 where Western subjects, Science and Muslim religion both were taught.
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