November 28- This Day in Indian History

Find out what happened in India on 28 November.

Jacob Mossel, Governor General (Dutch East Indies), was born.
Mahatma Jyotirao Govindrao Phule died. He led a selfless life devoted to the upliftment of the lower classes of the Hindu society. He also started school for girls and for downtroddens and untouchables. He was assissted in education field by his wide Savitri Bai.
Australia Services draw second Victory Test Cricket vs India at Calcutta.
Chou En- lai, Chinese Prime Minister, came to India.
K. C. Dey, well-known famous blind singer of Bengal, died.
Pandurang Mahadev Bapat "Senapati Bapat", revolutionary and social reformer, passed away at the age of 89. He led the famous "Mulshi Satyagraha" and played a significant role in the struggle for Samyukta Maharashtra and took part in Goa liberation movement.
President's rule imposed in Assam. Assembly kept in suspended animation. United Liberation Front of Assam and National Socialist Council of Nagaland banned.
Union Cabinet approves re-induction of Airbus A-320 in the domestic sector.
Seven-month-old United Front government, headed by Prime Minister I.K Gujral, bows out of office.
The Congress(I) wins the Assembly elections in Delhi, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
Senior Awami League leader Mohammed Anwar Sheikh is killed and his wife and daughter-in-law are seriously injured in a militant attack on his house in Kashmir.
The Vajpayee Government seeks support on major economic issues during the winter session at Parliament.
Ram Vilas Paswan, Union Communications Minister, launches his political outfit 'Janashakti' at a rally in New Delhi


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