P. Subbarayan - India's Ambassador To Indonesia

India's Ambassador To Indonesia

From 1949 to 1951, Subbarayan served as independent India's first ambassador to Indonesia. He was instrumental in the signing of a mutual treaty of friendship with the Indonesian Foreign Minister Mohammed Roem on 3 March 1951. Subbarayan's tenure came to an end in 1951 and he was succeeded by Alagappan.

On his return to India, Subbarayan was elected President of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC).

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