Write in your own words what you understand by the following sentence on pages 44 45 They also began fighting for greater equality and wanted to change the idea of law from a set of rules that they were forced to obey to law as including ideas of justice CBSE class 8 civics

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Write in your own words what you understand by the following sentence on pages 44-45: They also began fighting for greater equality and wanted to change the idea of law from a set of rules that they were forced to obey to law as including ideas of justice. -CBSE class 8 civics

Write in your own words what you understand by the following sentence on pages 44-45: They also began fighting for greater equality and wanted to change the idea of law from a set of rules that they were forced to obey to law as including ideas of justice.


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The line refers to the Indian nationalists feeling violated.

  • During their rule, the British arbitrated the Indians by introducing the Sedition Act in 1870.
  • The Act stated that any person protesting or criticising the British government could be arrested without due trial.
  • Thus, the Indians felt the need to bring in changes to the law which were derogatory and forced upon them.
  • They started protesting and criticising the arbitrary use of authority by the British.
  • Therefore, they fought for the greater equality and wanted to change the idea of law from a set of rules that they were forced to obey, law as including ideas of justice.

 


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