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Asked On2017-06-20 04:52:13 by:Amogh

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Non Cooperation movement was launched by Gandhi who believed in the principles of truth and non violence. It was felt that movement was turning violent in many places. In 1922, when a mob in Chauri Chaura in United Provinces (present Uttar Pradesh) burned the Police station and killed 22 policemen. Gandhi belie that people were yet not prepared to launch a non violent movement and hence withdrew it.

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Non Cooperation movement was launched by Gandhi who believed in the principles of truth and non violence. It was felt that movement was turning violent in many places. In 1922, when a mob in Chauri Chaura in United Provinces (present Uttar Pradesh) burned the Police station and killed 22 policemen. Gandhi belie that people were yet not prepared to launch a non violent movement and hence withdrew it.

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Mahatma Gandhi main aim during 1920's was not to remove British rule and achieve complete Independence but to raise national consciousness and remove the evils which were present in Indian society. It was only after 1930 that Congress resolved to gain complete Independence.
Gandhi led his non -cooperation movement, as a protest against government repression evidenced, for  example, in the Rowlatt Act of 1919, and the Jalian Wallah Bagh Massacres of  April 1919. To enlist Muslim support in his movement, Gandhi supported the  Khilafat cause and became a member of the Central Khilafat Committee.
The movement was launched formally on 1st August 1920, after the expiry of  the notice that Gandhi had given to the Viceroy in his letter of 22 June, in  which he had asserted the right recognized 'from time immemorial of the subject  to refuse to assist a ruler who misrules
By mid-1920 the Khilafat leaders had made common cause with Gandhi's  non-cooperation movement. whereby Hindus and Muslims formed a united front  against British rule in India.
But Khilafat Movement received a deadly  blow when Turkish nationalist leader  Mustafa Kemal's startling secular renaissance, his victories over invading Greek  forces culminating in the abolition of the Sultanate in November 1922.
Now many muslim were disenchanted about non cooperation movement also a rift arose between Khilafat and Non-cooperation  leaders on the issue of boycotting educational institutions and legislative  councils. Some Muslim leaders believed that such boycott would be suicidal for  Muslims. They were in favour of participating in the elections under the India  Act of 1919 that assured self-governing institutions in India.
The Britishers also tried to suppress the movement by introducing  Sections 108 and 144 of the Code of Criminal  Procedure at various centres of the agitation. Volunteers' Corps was declared  illegal and by December, over 30,000 people were arrested from all over India.  Among prominent leaders, only Gandhi remained out of jail.
on February 5, 1922, in the Chauri Chaura,  after violent clashes between the local police and the protesters in  which three protesters were killed by police firing, the police station was set on fire by the mob, killing 22 of the police occupants.
Gandhi felt that the revolt was veering off-course, and was  disappointed that the revolt had lost its non-violent nature. He did not  want the movement to degenerate into a contest of violence, with police  and angry mobs attacking each other back and forth, victimizing  civilians in between. Gandhi appealed to the Indian public for all  resistance to end, went on a fast lasting 3 weeks, and called off the  mass non-cooperation movement.
Even though it ended abruptly it was  successful enough to break the back of British rule.


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