Indian National Movement - Indian History quiz 2

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Assertion (A) The Sardar Larai Movement was directed against the erosion of Khuntkatti or joint tenures.Reason (R)  The erosion of joint tenures was caused by non-tribal getting hold of tribal lands under the policy of Expansion of Land under cultivation, for maximizing company's revenues.

Assertion (A) According to the Wavell Plan, the number of Hindu and Muslim members in the Executive Council were to be equal.Reason (R) Wavell thought that the arrangement would have avoided the partition of India

Assertion (A) the effect of labour participation in the Indian Nationalist upsurge of the early 1930s was weak.Reason (R) The labour leaders considered the ideology of Indian National congress as bourgeois and reactionary.

Assertion (A) The Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sabha succeeded to organised the Indian peasants to struggle against the British rule on a national scale.Reason (R) The abolition of the self-dependent economy of the Indian villages under the British rule was a progressive step towards the economic unification of rural India.

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) 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) 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 division within the ranks of the Indian people.

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) The involvement of AO Hume in the formation of the Indian National Congress in 1885 gave rise to a lot of controversy regarding the origins of the congress.Reason (R) The imperialist historians used the 'Safety-Valve' theory to discredit the congress.

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.

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