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The most important of the aims of the Indian National
Congress was the : 

(a) training and organization of public opinion in the country 

(b) promotion of friendly relations between nationalist
political workers 

(c) formulation and presentation of popular demands 

(d) development of the feeling of national unity
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( a ) training and organization of public opinion in the country 
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development of the feeling of national unity 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 4 No
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