New Delhi, India.
Various shots of the people entering and leaving Government House in New Delhi, where the Indian cabinet Ministers meet. Mahatma Gandhi is seen leaving the building. Pandit Nehru leaves the building and sits in car. Various shots of the busy Delhi streets. Large crowd gathered on the way and in front of Government building - people cheering as the cars with Ministers drive past. Several long shots of the buildings in Delhi - the old record states that those are the Temple of the Scavengers Colony, Gandhi's residence in the shelter of it and Viceregal Lodge. Indian flag flying on top of one of the buildings. More shots of the delegates arriving for the meeting. Most of the delegates arriving in cars. Some shots are very dark - scenes in corridors, shadows etc. Delegates posing for the group photograph. Long shot of the Government House. Several shots of the details and the courtyard. Various shots of the delegates leaving after the meeting. Some posing at entrance, some being interviewed on departure. More shots of the men arriving and leaving, some British officers seen.
Note - old record states the names of some of the people seen in the item. They are: Mrs Asaf Ali, Mayor of Delhi, Sardar Pratap Singh, Dr Balkrishna Keskar (they are joint General Secretaries), Dr Rajendra Prasad, Hare Krishna Mehtab, Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, Jagjivan Ram, Sardar Vallabhai Patel, Miss Maniben Patel daughter of Sardar Patel, Rajago Palachari, Pandit Govind Vallabh Pand, Shankarrao Deo, Mrs Sarojina Naidu, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai, Ali Ghaznafar Khan, Liaquiat Ali Khan, Jai Prakash Narain and Qaid-i-Azam Mohamed Ali Jinnah.
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