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Have You Got It? 1947.

In a final bid to arrive at an agreement, Mountbatten summoned the leaders of the Congress, the Muslim League and the Sikhs for talks in Delhi. Gandhi is shown looking in anxiously through the window of the room where the talks are being held. The official announcement on June 3, 1947, indicated that the nation was to be divided in two. But, it added, there was nothing in the plan "to preclude negotiations between the communities for a united India."

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