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Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India unacademy By Aartee Mishra National Movement-1919-1939 Era of Mass Nationalism Movement Part L Hindi
Complete course of History Ancient, Medieval, Modern History with Art and Culture (Combined) Prelims & Mains 2018 Comprehensively cover entire History course of Ancient, Course Starting Medieval, Modern with Art and Culture Elaborately explain topics 24 detailed lessons covering all the essential topics related to from 23rd April ,1:3o-3pmHistory UPSC Civil Services Prelims and Mains Examination on V Ancient History from NCERT book class 6 to12 Medieval History, Art & Culture from Tamil Nadu History book Unacademy / Modern History from Spectrum Plus At the end of the program adept and able to solve the exam based test papers
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FIRST ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE (NOVEMBER 1930-JANUARY 1931) This was the first ever conference arranged between the British and the Indians as equals While the Congress and most business leaders boycotted the First RTC, the Muslim League, the Hindu Mahasabha, the Liberals and princes attended Virtually every delegate reiterated that a constitutional discussion to which the Congress was not a party was meaningless Also, at the conference, the British Prime Minister hinted at an olive branch to the Congress and expressed the hope that the Congress would attend the next RTC ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE
GANDHI-IRWIN PACT On January 25, 1931 Gandhi and all other members of the CWC were released unconditionally. The CWC authorised Gandhi to initiate discussions with the viceroy As a result of these discussions ,a pact was signed between the viceroy, representing the British Indian Government, and Gandhi, representing the Indiarn people, in Delhi on February 14, 1931 This Delhi Pact, also known as the Gandhi-Irwin Pact, placed the Congress on an equal footing with the Government Irwin on behalf of the Government agreed on 1. Immediate release of all political prisoners not convicted of violence 2. Remission of all fines not yet collected 3. Return of all lands not yet sold to third parties 4. Lenient treatment to those government servants who had resigned 5. Right to make salt in coastal villages for personal consumption (not for sale) 6. right to peaceful and non-aggressive picketing; and
GANDHI-IRWIN PACT Irwin on behalf of the Government agreed on Withdrawal of emergency ordinances. The viceroy, however, turned down two of Gandhi's demands a. Public inquiry into police excesses b. Commutation of Bhagat Singh and his comrades' death sentence to life sentence. Gandhi on behalf of the Congress agreed: a. To suspend the civil disobedience movement b. To participate in the next RTC on the constitutional question around the three Finch-pins of federation, Indian responsibility, and reservations-and safeguards that may be necessary in India's interests (covering such areas as defence, external affairs, position of minorities, financial credit of India and discharge of other obligations).
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