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‘Dalit Participation Was Limited in the Civil Disobedience Movement’. Examine the Statement.

The untouchables who called themselves Dalits or oppressed were not taking part in any such movements due to the ignorance of the Congress and the fear of offending the Sanatanis. But Gandhiji was of the view that Swaraj would not come for hundred years if the problem of untouchability is not removed from the country. …

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Why Did Gandhi Ji Start the ‘Civil Disobedience Movement’? Explain Any Four Features of Civil Disobedience Movement.

As the Non-Cooperation Movement was turning violent in many places it was called off by Mahatma Gandhi in February 1922 to train the Satyagrahis for mass struggle. Some of the Congress leaders were not willing to continue the non-cooperation because they were tired of the mass struggle, wanted to participate in the council elections and …

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How Did the People and the Colonial Government React to the Civil Disobedience Movement? Explain.

As the Non-Cooperation Movement was turning violent in many places, it was called off by Mahatma Gandhi in February 1922 to train the Satyagrahis for mass struggle. Some of the Congress leaders were not willing to continue the non¬cooperation because they were tired of the mass struggle, wanted to participate in the council elections and …

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Explain the Reactions of the Indian People Against the Rowlatt Act Passed Through the Imperial Legislative Council in 1919.

In the year 1919, Gandhiji organized a Satyagraha against the Rowlatt Act which was passed hurriedly by the Imperial Legislative Council despite the opposition by the Indian members. He planned a non¬violent Civil Disobedience against this Act which would start with a hartals on 6th April 1919. The Rowlatt Act gave enormous power to the …

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Who Was Alluri Sitaram Raju? Explain His Role in Inspiring the Rebels With Gandhiji’s Ideas

In the early 1920s a militant guerrilla movement spread in the Gudem Hills of Andhra Pradesh. The Congress never approved such type of movements. This took place because the colonial government closed large forest areas and prevented the people from entering the forest for the purposes like grazing the cattle, collection of fuelwood and fruits. …

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Describe the Actions Taken by the British Administration Against the Nationalists Who Opposed the Rowlatt Act.

In the year 1919, Gandhiji organized a Satyagraha against the Rowlatt Act which was passed hurriedly by the Imperial Legislative Council despite the opposition by the Indian members. He planned a non¬violent Civil Disobedience against this Act which would start with a hartals on 6th April 1919. The Rowlatt Act gave enormous power to the …

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Examine the Role of Industrial Working Class in the Civil Disobedience Movement

Most of the industrial workers did not participate in the Civil Disobedience movement as the industrialists were close to the Congress. Some of the industrial workers who participated in the Civil Disobedience movement were the Nagpur industrial workers who selectively adopted some of the Gandhian ideas such as boycott of the foreign goods. They participated …

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