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Morley Minto reform (in Hindi)
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Chapter 4 part-E

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Aartee Mishra
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mam nice course but u cut some topic from a book. not cover all topics which r provide in spectrem
The way you teach is really commendable but I would like to suggest you to read the sentences carefully while explaining. It is written something different in your slides which is absolutely correct facts but you are explaining it wrong..If you want I can give many examples. Just be careful.
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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. MORLEY-MINTO REFORMS-1909 The Morley-Minto Reforms, so named after Morley, the secretary of state, and Minto, the viceroy at that time, were preceded by two important events In 1906, a group of Muslim elites called led by the Agha Khan, met Lord Minto and demanded separate electorates for the Muslims and representation in excess of their numerical strength in view of 'the value of the contribution' Muslims were making to the defence of the empire The Reforms The number of elected members in the Imperial Legislative Council and the Provincial Legislative Councils was increased The elected members were to be indirectly elected. The local bodies were to elect an electoral college, which in turn would elect members of provincial legislatures, who in turn would elect members of the central legislaturee Besides separate electorates for the Muslims, representation in excess of the strength of their population was accorded to the Muslims. Also, the income qualification for Muslim voters was kept lower than that for Hindus

  4. MORLEY-MINTO REFORMS-1909 V Powers of legislatures both at the centre and in provinces were enlarged and the legislatures could now pass resolutions (which may not be accepted), ask questions and supplementaries, vote separate items in the budget but the budget as a whole could not be voted u One Indian was to be appointed to the viceroy's executive council (Satyendra Sinha was the first to be appointed in 1909). pon FIRST WORLD WAR AND NATIONALIST RESPONSE In the First World War (1914-1919), Britain allied with France, Russia, USA, Italy and Japan against Germaney Austria Hungary and This period saw the maturing of Indian nationalism. The nationalist response to British participation in the War was three-fold: The Moderates supported the empire in the War as a matter of duty The extremists, including Tilak (who was released in June 1914), supported the war efforts in the mistaken belief that Britain would repay India's loyalty with gratitude in the form of self- government

  5. FIRST WORLD WAR AND NATIONALIST RESPONSE The revolutionaries decided to utilise the opportunity to wage a war and liberate the country. The Indian supporters of British war efforts failed to see that the imperialist powers were fighting precisely to safeguard their own colonies and markets HINDUSTHAN Revolutionary Activity during First World War The revolutionary activity was carried out through the Ghadr Party in North America, Berrin Committee in Europe and some scattere mutinies by Indian soldiers The Ghadr Party was a revolutionary group organized around a weekly newspaper The Ghadr with its headquarters at San Francisco and branches along the US coast and in the Far East

  6. HOME RULE LEAGUE MOVEMENT The Home Rule Movement was the Indian response to the First World War in a less charged but a more effective way than the response of Indians living abroad which took the form of the romantic Ghadr adventure. The Indian Home Rule Leagues were organized on the lines of the Irish Home Rule Leagues and they represented the emergence of a new trend of aggressive politics. Annie Besant and Tilak were the pioneers of this new trend Factors Leading to the Movement Some of the factors were as follows: A section of nationalists felt that popular pressure was required to attain concessions from the Government V The Moderates were disillusioned with the MorleyMinto reforms People were feeling the burden of wartime miseries caused by high taxation and a rise in prices, and were ready to participate in any aggressive movement of protest The War, being fought among the major imperialist powers of the day and backed by naked propaganda against each other, exposed the myth of white superiority

  7. HOME RULE LEAGUE MOVEMENT Tilak was ready to assume leadership after his release in June 1914, and had made conciliatory gestures to reassure the Government of his loyalty and to the Moderates that he wanted, like the Irish Home Rulers, a reform of the administration and not an overthrow of the Government He also said that the acts of violence had only served to retard the pace, of political progress in India. He urged all Indians to assist the British Government in its hour of crisis Annie Besant, the Irish theosophist based in India since 1896, had decided to enlarge the sphere of, her activities to include the building of a movement for Home Rule on the lines of the Irish Home Rule Leagues

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