Who Among the Following Was the First Chairman of the Constituent Assembly in India? - Legal Reasoning

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Who among the following was the first Chairman of the Constituent Assembly in India?

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  • Dr. Rajendra Prasad

  • Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha

  • Harendra Coomar Mookerjee

  • Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

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Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha

The first chairman of the constituent assembly in India was an option 'Dr. Sachchidanand Sinha'. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the first president of independent India. Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha was the first chairman (temporary) of the Constituent Assembly. Harender Coomer Mookerjee was the Vice-President of the Constituent Assembly of India for drafting the Constitution of India. DR.B.R.Ambedkar was the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee and was appointed by the Assembly to write India's new Constitution. 

Concept: Indian Constitution (Entrance Exams)
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