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What is a non-cooperation movement? How did this movement unfold itself? -cbse-Histroy-class10-2016

What is a non-cooperation movement? How did this movement unfold itself?


Asked On2017-07-12 09:43:27 by:Amogh

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The Non-Cooperation Movement was an important mass movement fought against the colonial rule in Indian history. It was launched by the Indian National Congress under the leadership of Gandhi. The movement included the surrender of titles given by the British, boycott of civil services, army, courts, legislative councils, schools and foreign goods.
The Non-Cooperation Movement unfolded in the following ways:
  • The movement started with the middle class participation in the cities.
  • The students left government-owned schools and colleges. The teachers and headmasters too resigned. The lawyers also gave up their practice.
  • In most provinces, the elections to the council were boycotted. People boycotted foreign goods, picketed liquor shops and held bon fires of foreign clothes. This gave impetus to indigenous industries.
  • The movement spread from the cities to the villages. The peasant movement was more against the landlords than the British.
  • The movement in different terms also spread among the tribal regions of India. The tribals protested against the Government because the British denied their traditional rights in forests and they were also forced into ‘begar’ (forced) labour.
  • Plantation workers equated the concept of ‘swaraj’ with their basic rights and freedoms which were denied by plantation owners. Many plantation workers defied plantation owners, left the plantations and proceeded straight to their home towns.
  • The movement also became violent at some places though violent activities were not supported by the Congress leaders.

Answerd on:2017-07-13 Answerd By:Aparna-Dasgupta

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