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Harendra Coomar Mookerjee (1887–1956), also spelt as H.C. Mookherjee or H.C. Mukherjee or H.C. Mukerji or H.C. Mukerjee, was the Vice-president of the Constituent Assembly of India for drafting theConstitution of India before Partition of India, and the first Governor of West Bengal after India became a republic with partition into India and Pakistan.

He was an educationalist, prominent Christian leader of Bengal, and was the chairman of the Minority rights committee and Provincial constitution committee of the Constituent Assembly—consisting of indirectly elected representatives to draft the Constitution of India, including for provinces of present Pakistan and Bangladesh(then-East Bengal) – the assembly considered only Muslims and Sikhs as religious minorities – after India became republic, the same Constituent Assembly became the first Parliament of India in 1947

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2016-02-28T15:20:06+05:30
Harendra Coomar Mookerjee (1887–1956), was the Vice-president of the Constituent Assembly of India for drafting theConstitution of India before Partition of India, and the first Governor of West Bengal afterIndia became a republic with partition into India and Pakistan.
He represented Bengali Christians in Bengal, and after his entry into national politics, he was elected as the president of "All India Council of Indian Christians," representing All-Indian Christians other than Anglo-Indians.He was also the member of Indian National Congress and participated in national movements representing Bengali Christian community.
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