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Khilafat and Non-Cooperation Movement (in Hindi)
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  3. SATYAGRAHA AGAINST THE ROWLATT ACT-FIRST MASS STRIKE Just when the nationalists were expecting post-War constitutional concessions, the Government came out with the repressive Rowlatt Act which the nationalists took as an insult. Gandhi called for a nationwide protest in February 1919. But soon, having seen the constitutional protest fail, Gandhi organised a Satyagraha Sabha and roped in younger members of Home Rule Leagues and the Pan Islamists. The forms of protest finally chosen included observance of a nationwide hartal (strike) accompanied by fasting and prayer, and civil disobedience against specific laws, and courting arrest and imprisonment JALLIANWALA BACH MASSACRE (APRIL 13,1919) On Baisakhi day, a large, crowd of people mostly from neighbouring villages, unaware of the prohibitory orders in the city, had gathered in this small park to protest against the arrest of their leaders, Saifuddin Kitchlew and Satyapal The Army surrounded the aring unmoor orders from General Dyer and blocked the only exit point and opened fire on the unarmed crowd killing around1000. The incident was followed by uncivilised brutalities on the inhabitants of Amritsar The entire nation was stunned. Rabindranath Tagore renounced his knighthood in protest. Gandhi by atmosphere of violence and withdrew the movement on April 18, 1919

  4. KHILAFAT AND NON-COOPERATION MOVEMENT This is time they were angered by the treatment meted out to Turkey by the British after the First World War The Muslims in India, as the Muslims all over the world, regarded the sultan of Turkey as muslims all oer the world regarded the sultan of Turkey as their spiritual leader, Khalifaso naturally their sympathies were with Turkey During the world War, Turkey had allied with Germany and Austria against the British. When the War ended, the British took a stern attitude towards TurkeyTurkey was dismembered and the Khalifa removed from power This incensed Muslims all over the world. In India, too, the Muslims demanded from the British that the Khalifa's control over Muslim sacred places should be retained the Khalifa should be left with s fficient territories after territorial arrangements

  5. KHILAFAT AND NON-COOPERATION MOVEMENT In early 1919, a Khilafat Comrnittee was formed under the leadership of the Ali brothers (Shaukat Ali and Muhammad Ali), Maulana Azad, Ajmal Khan and Hasrat Mohani, to force the British Government to change its attitude to Turkey. Thus, the grounds for a country-wide agitation were prepare The Ali brothers were jailed in September 1921 At the All India Khilafat Conference held in Delhi in November 1919, a call was made for Boycott of British goods The Khilafat leaders also clearly spelt out that unless peace terms after the War were favorable to Turkey they would stop all cooperation with the Government Gandhi, who was president of all India Khilafat Committee, saw the issue a platform from which mass and united non-cooperation could be declared against the Government.

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