Indian National Movement - Indian History quiz 4

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Assertion (A) The early nationalists in the initial phases paid relatively little attention to the question of workers.Reason (R) The early nationalists did not wish to, in any way, weaken the common struggle against British rule by creating any divisions within the ranks of the Indian people.

Assertion (A) Jawaharlal Nehru denounced the 1935 Act as a new charter of slaveryReason (R) The 1935 Act sought to safeguard and maintain British rule in India with the help of Indian princes and Pro-British Organizations.

Assertion (A) Khilafat Movement started in India after the Second World War.Reason (R) Gandhiji has been one of the President of the All India Khilafat Conference.

Assertion (A) During the Indian Freedom Struggle, the Non-Cooperation Movement was called off by the Congress Working Committee in its meeting at Bardoli.Reason (R) Mob violence occured at chauri-chaura in 1922

Assertion (A) Indian nationalism first developed in Bengal and reharvested in the 19th century.Reason (R) Roacil discrimination was a major factor behind the growth of nationalism.

Assertion (A) The Congress rejected the Cripps proposals.Reason (R) The Cripps Mission consisted solely of whites.

Assertion (A) Movements for religions  from were late in emerging among the Muslims.Reason (R) The Muslim upper classes had initially tended to avoid contact with Western Education and Culture.

Assertion (A) In the wake of Quit India Movement, the British and the Muslims in their common hatred for the congress came closer to each other.Reason (R) Jinnah acted as a staunchally of the British Government and told Muslims to keep away from the Congress movement of 1942.

Assertion (A) Earlier Congress leader did not adopt aggressive approach toward the British  Government and followed a  moderate approach.Reason (R) Earlier Congress leaders knew the limit of their activity.

Assertion (A) Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs in the Legislative Assembly in 1929.Reason (R) They wanted to kill some members of the Legislative Assembly as a revenge of the Death of Lala lajpat Rai.

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