When was the Civil Disobedience Movement relaunch?
The Civil Disobedience Movement was relaunched in 1932 after Gandhiji returned to India after attending the Second Round Table Conference. Dissatisfied with the conference, Gandhiji re-launched the movement.
Why was the Civil Disobedience Movement relaunch?
On his return to India, Gandhiji discovered a new cycle of repression. The British government’s new policies were a major factor in his decision to relaunch the movement. Gandhiji discovered that prominent leaders such as Jawaharlal Nehru and Ghaffar Khan had been imprisoned.
When was the Civil Disobedience Movement renewed?
Solution. Gandhiji returned to India and reached Bombay on 28th December, 1931. The first step he took was to renew the Civil Disobedience Movement. This decision was taken in the Congress Working Committee meeting on 1st January, 1932.
Why did rich peasants participate in CDM?
As their cash income reduced they were unable to pay government revenue. The government refused to reduce revenue.So the rich peasants became enthusiastic supporter of the Civil Disobedience Movement to free them from the situation.
Why did the different social groups not join the relaunch of Civil Disobedience Movement?
The industrial workers did not participate in the civil disobedience movement in large numbers because the industrialists were supporting the Movement and Congress was reluctant to include workers’ demand as part of the Movement.
When was non cooperation movement ended?
12 February 1922
Gandhi appealed to the Indian public for all resistance to end, went on a fast and on 12 February 1922 called off the non-cooperation movement.
When did non cooperation movement ended?
After an angry mob murdered police officers in the village of Chauri Chaura (now in Uttar Pradesh state) in February 1922, Gandhi himself called off the movement; the next month he was arrested without incident. The movement marked the transition of Indian nationalism from a middle-class to a mass basis.
Who were Jats and Patidars?
The Patidars of Gujarat and Jats of Uttar Pradesh were producers of commercial crops; they were badly hitted hard by the trade depression and decreasing prices of the crops and it was quite impossible to pay the government revenue demand and thus they became passionate supporters of the Civil Disobedience Movement.
Why did the Richpeasant community actively participate in the Civil Disobedience Movement choose the most appropriate answer from the following?
Answer. In the countryside, rich peasant communities – like the Patidars of Gujarat and the Jats of Uttar Pradesh – were active in the movement. Being producers of commercial crops, they were very hard hit by the trade depression and falling prices.
Who participated in CDM?
The rich peasant communities like the Patidars of Gujarat and the Jats of Uttar Pradesh actively participated in the Civil Disobedience Movement. Their notion of Swaraj was struggle against high revenues. They organised their communities and at times forced reluctant members to participate in the boycott programmes.
Which two groups did not participate in the Civil Disobedience Movement and why?
1)The depressed class who are popularly known as dalits. 2)The muslims as they were dissapointed after the decline of NCM. Congress was also a reason behind thier non participation.
Why was non-cooperation movement started in 1920 why did call off the movement in 1922?
It was started in August 1920 and was organized by Mahatma Gandhi to convince the British government of India to grant self-government, or swaraj, to India. It was called off in February 1922 due to Chauri Chaura incident which broke the non-violent character of the movement.