Mention four resolutions passed by the first congress.
The four resolutions passed by the first Congress were as follows:
- Demand was put forward for the appointment of a Royal Commission for dealing in Indian affairs, in which Indians would have their representation.
- A resolution on the foreign policy which condemned the annexation of Upper Burma was also moved.
- Demand for the abolition of the Indian Council of the Secretary of State of India. it was based on the belief that British were just and fair, so they demanded that the Secretary of State should be responsible directly to the British Parliament.
- Another resolution was also moved for the demand to hold the Civil Service Examination simultaneously in Britain and India and also the need to reduce expenditure on the army.