A) The All India States People's Conference was founded in 1927.
B) Some rulers of the Princely States took recourse to the communal policy of divide and rule to weaken the States People's movement.
C) From the very beginning, the All India States People's Conference demanded that the Princely States be integrated with British India.
D) The Haripura Session of the congress (1938) for the fast time declared Puma Swaraj to cover the States as much as British India.
Correct Answer: C
Solution :[c] The All India States Peoples' Conference was a political organization in India during the British Raj. The first session of the organisation was held in Bombay in December 1927. The Conference brought together representatives from hundreds of Indian princely states, including Baroda, Bhopal, Travancore and Hyderabad. It was established to encourage political dialogue between the princely class of India, and the British Raj, upon the issues of governance, political stability and future of India. For a long period, the Conference was hostile to the Indian Independence Movement, and acted often to condemn and counter-act the work of the Indian National Congress when it was banned by British authorities.
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