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Lucknow session of the INC (in Hindi)
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Aartee Mishra
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explain in Hindi
Hindi samaj saktha hu lekin bolne me flow nahi atha hai.
ma'am partition of Bengal canelled in 1911 but here u r something confused with it please check out
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India National Movement Part E Hindi By Aartee Mishra

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  3. HOME RULE LEAGUE MOVEMENT The Leagues Both Tilak and Besant realised that the sanction of a Moderate-dominated Congress as well as full cooperation of the Extremists was essential for the movement to succeed. Having failed at the 1914 session of the Congress to reach a Moderate-Extremist rapprochement, Tilak and Besant decided to revive political activity on their own By early 1915, Annie Besant had launched a campaign to demand selfgovernment for India after the war on the lines of white colonies. She campaigned through her newspapers, New India ind Commonweal, and through public meetings and conferences At the annual session of the Congress in 1915 the efforts of Tilak and Besant met with some success. It was decided that the Extremists be admitted to the Congress Although Besant failed to get the Congress to approve her scheme of Home Rule Leagues, the Congress did commit itself to a programme of educative propaganda and to a revival of local-level Congress committees Not willing to wait for too long, Besant laid the condition that if the Congress did not implement its commitments, she would be free to set up her own League- which she finally had to, as there was no response from the Congress Tilak and Annie Besant set up their separate leagues to avoid any friction

  4. HOME RULE LEAGUE MOVEMENT Tilak's League was set up in April 1916 and was restricted to Maharashtra (excluding Bombay city), Karnataka, Central Provinces and Berar. It had si.x branches and the demands included swarajya, formation of linguistic states and education in the vernacular. Languages Besant's League was set up in September 1916 in Madras and covered the rest of India (including Bombay city) It had 200 branches, was loosely organized as compared to Tilak's League and had George Arundale as the organising secretary. Besides Arimdale, the main work was done by B.W. Wadia and C.P. Ramaswamy Aiyar

  5. LUCKNOW SESSION OF THE INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS-1916 Readmission of Extremists to Congress The Lucknow session of the Indian National Congress, presided over by a Moderate, Ambika Charan Majumdar, finally readmitted the Extremists led by Tilak to the Congress fold. Various factors facilitated this reunion: Old controversies had become meaningless now Both the Moderates and the Extremists realised that the split had led to political inactivity Annie Besant and Tilak had made vigorous efforts for the reunion. To allay Moderate suspicions, Tilak had declared that he supported a reform of administration and not an overthrow of the Government. He also denounced acts of violence The death of two Moderates, Gokhale and Pherozshah Mehta, who had led the Moderate opposition to the Extremists, facilitated the reunion Lucnow Pact between Congress and Muslim League Another significant development to take place at Lucknow was the coming together of the Muslim League and the Congress and the presentation of common demands by them to the Government. This happened at a time when the Muslim League, now dominated by the younger militant nationalists, was coming closer to the Congress objectives and turning increasingly anti-imperialist.

  6. Lucnow Pact between Congress and Muslim League There were many reasons for this shift in the League's position: Britain's refusal to help Turkey (ruled by the Khalifa who claimed religio-political leadership of all Muslims) in its wars in the Balkans (1912-13) and with Italy (during 1911) had infuriated the Muslims Announcement of cancelation partition of Bengal in 1911 had annoyed those sections of Muslims who had supported the partition The refusal of the British Government in India to set up a university at Aligarh with powers to affiliate colleges all over India also alienated some Muslims While the League agreed to present joint constitutional demands with the Congress to the Government, the Congress accepted the Muslim League's position on separate electorates The joint demands were Government should declare that it would confer selfgovernment on Indians at an early date. The legislative councils should be further expanded with an elected majority and more powers be given to them. . Half the members of the viceroy's executive council should be Indians Government decided to placate the nationalists by declaring its intention to grant self- government to Indians, as contained in Montagu's August 1917 declaration

  7. MONTAGU'S STATEMENT-AUGUST 1917 Indian Objections The objections of the Indian leaders to Montagu's statement were twofold No specific time frame was given The Government alone was to decide the nature and the timing of advance towards a responsible government, and the Indians were resentful that the British would decide what was good and what was bad for Indians

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