Indian National Movement - Indian History quiz 1

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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 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Assertion (A) The Vernacular Press Act was repealed in 1882 by Lord Ripon.Reason (R) The act did not discriminate between English Press and the vernacular Press.

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

Assertion (A) Protest, led by Lala Lajpat Rai, was organized in Lahore in 1928 against Simon Commission.Reason (R)  Simon Commission did not have a single Indian member in it.

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) Bal Gangadhar Tilak sought to diffuse the spirit of nationalism among the masses.Reason (R) Tilak organized a corps of volunteers to help the famine stricken people in the Deccan.

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) 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.

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