Modern Indian History
Which of the following reason that compel the Congress leader not to attend the Round Table Conference?

Fazl-i-Hussain who was suspected of dislike towards the Muslims with leanings towards the Congress was to guide the British government in the choice of Muslim delegates to the conference
The British government wanted to give representation to communal organisations
The British government did not give any assurance to the effect that the discussions would proceed on the basis of granting Poorna Swaraj
The British government was not in favour of M. K. Gandhi's participation in it