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Nagpur Session of INC , Chauri chaura incident (in Hindi)
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Chapter 5 Part - E

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Aartee Mishra
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hlo.Mam .mam..un academy ke u tube jo ye wala video tha ab wo nhi dikh raha...wo kaha milega...kya wo ab u tube pr nhi mil skta...???
Ranjeet Giri
a year ago
YouTube par nhi hai to unacadmy par hi dekha kariye
mam live classes get frequently offline and sometimes no audio. mam please provide recorded videos as early as possible.
Aartee Mishra
2 years ago
Ashutosh Gupta
2 years ago
thank you mam
mam plz explain non cooperation movement. thank you
hello aarti ????...non cooperation started 1920 to 1921 ?? khilafat ke saath saath ...u mentioned nagpur session civil disobedience movt?? bt dat started later post 1930.??? please clarify
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  3. Nagpur session of the Indian National Congress 1. The programme of non-cooperation was endorsed 2. An important change was made in Congress creed: now, instead of having the attainment of self-government through constitutional means as its goal, the Congress decided to have the attainment of swaraj through peaceful and legitimate means, thus committing itself to an extra constitutional mass struggle 3. some important organizational changes were made: a Congress Working Committee (CWC) of 15 members was set up to lead the Congress from now onwards; Provincial Congress Committees on linguistic basis were organised; ward committees was organized; and entry fee was reduced to four arenas 4. Gandhi declared that if the non-cooperation programme was implemented completely, swaraj would be ushered in within airear The adoption by the Congress of the non-cooperation movement initiated, earlier by the Khilafat Committee gave it a new energy, and the years 1921 and 1922 saw an unprecedented popular upsurge

  4. The Last Phase of the Movement On February 1, 1922 Gandhi threatened to launch civil disobedience from Bardoli (Gujarat) if Political prisoners were not released Press controls were, not removed The movement had hardly begun before it was brought to an abrupt end Chauri Chaura Incident A small sleepy village named Chauri-Chaura (Gorakhpur district, UP) has found a place in history books due to an incident of violence on February 5, 1922 which was to prompt Gandhi to withdraw the movement The police here had beaten up the leader of a group of volunteers campaigning against liquor sales and high food prices, and then opened fire on the crowd which had come to protest before the police station The agitated crowd torched the police station with policemen inside who had taken shelter there; those who tried to flee were hacked to death and thrown back into the fire. Twenty-two policemen were killed in the violence. Gandhi, not happy with the increasingly violent trend of the movement, immediately announced the withdrawal of the movement

  5. Why Gandhi Withdrew the Movement Gandhi felt that people had not learnt or fully understood the method of nonviolence. Incidents like Chauri-Chaura could lead to excitement and fervour, turning the movement generally violent A violent movement could be easily suppressed by the colonial regime who could use the incidents of violence as an excuse to use the armed might of the state against the protestors The ChauriChaura Incident 1922 Turkey was made a secular state. Thus, the Khilafat question lost its relevance. A European style of legal system was established in Turkey and extensive rights granted to women. Education was nationalized and modern agriculture and industries developed. In 1924, the caliphate was abolished

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