The State Reorganized on Linguistic Basis?

In which year were the State reorganized on a linguistic basis ?

  1. 1951
  2. 1947
  3. 1950
  4. 1956
Manish Listener Asked on 10th November 2014 in Politics.
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    State Reorganisation Act was introduced in year 1956. In this amendment states boundaries was reorganised on the basis of Language.

    After independence of India on 15 August, 1947 there was a need to organise federal and state structure on the basic of language and culture of people of respective states.

    States formed on the basis of Linguistic Reorganization:

    1. Odisha (in 1936)
    2. Andhra Pradesh – became separate state from Telugu speaking (northern) Madras state
    3. Bilaspur merged with Himachal Pradesh
    4. Kerala – Some portion of Madras state
    5. Chandernagore was included in West Bengal
    6. Bihar – some portion was given to West Bengal
    7. Maharashtra – Marathi speaking
    8. Panjab – Panjabi speaking state, enlarged by including East Panjab and Patiyala territory.
    Pushpendra Pal Dean Answered on 10th November 2014.
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