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1931 Indian Round Table Conference

Little was resolved at the first conference, and the British government acknowledged the need to involve the Indian National Congress. Representatives, including Gandhi, attended the second conference in 1931 after reaching a compromise with Viceroy of India Lord Irwin to end the Civil Disobedience Movement. Again, the second and third conferences did not succeed in determining the future of Indian rule, although the concluding recommendations of the meetings influenced the passing of the 1935 Government of India Act, which granted partial autonomy to India.