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Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India unacadeny By Aartee Mishra Personalities Associated with Specific Movement Part 3 Hindi
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Non Cooperation Movement Jawaharlal Nehru carried on the non-cooperation propaganda and encouraged the formation of kisan sabhas to take up the cause of the peasants exploited by government policies. He was against Gandhi's decision to withdraw the movement. J.M. Sengupta, a Bengali nationalist leader, supported the labourers on tea plantations in Assam in their protests and strike Basanti Debi, wife of C.R. Das, was one of the first women volunteers to court arrest in 1921 Basanti Dev
Non Cooperation Movement Birendranath Samsal organised the anti-union board agitation in the Contai and Tamluk sub-divisions of Midnapore. In November- December 1921, Samsal initiated a no-tax movement among the Mahishya substantial tenantry of Midnapore. Jitendralal Banerji organised the peasants in 1921-22 to resist settlement operations in Bogra, Pabna and Birbhum Subhash Chandra Bose supported the movement and resigned from the civil service. He was appointed. the principal of the National College in Calcutta.
Non Cooperation Movement Ali brothers (Shaukat Ali and Muhammed Ali) who were the foremost Khilafat leaders vehemently supported Gandhi in his nation-wide tour to spread the movement. At the All India Khilafat Conference, Muhammed Ali declared that 'it was religiously unlawful for the Muslims to continue in the British Army'. The Ali brothers were arrested later Motilal Nehru renounced his legal practice in response to the noncooperation call by. Gandhi. He was arrested in 1921 Other notable lawyers who gave up their practice included. M.R. Jayakar, Saifuddin Kitchlew, Vallabhbhai Patel, C Rajagopalachari, T. Prakasam and Asaf Ali. Their sacrifice inspired many others, who boycotted government obs and entered the mainstream of freedom struggle
Non Cooperation Movement Lala Lajpat Rai was initially not in favour of the policy of noncooperation (he was against the boycott of schools) but later he supported the movement. In fact he protested against its withdrawal in 1922 Rajendra Prasad actively supported the Gandhian movement in Bihar Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel spread the movement in Gujarat and regarded non-cooperation as a feasible alternative to revolutionary terrorism to fight against a colonial government
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