Evaluate the role of business classes in the Civil Disobedience Movement cbse Histroy class10 2017

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Evaluate the role of business classes in the ‘Civil Disobedience Movement’. -cbse-Histroy-class10-2017

Evaluate the role of business classes in the ‘Civil Disobedience Movement’.


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The business class in India initially supported the Civil Disobedience Movement. The industrialists and merchants in India had become rich during the First World War. They were keen on expanding their businesses and wanted protection against foreign industries. Many eminent industrialists such as Purshottamdas Thakurdas and G. D. Birla criticised the colonial government for its control over the Indian economy. They provided financial assistance during the movement, and refused to buy and sell imported goods. Many industrialists began to see swaraj as a time when colonial restrictions on business will end. However, towards the end, they became apprehensive of the growing influence of socialism among the younger members of the Congress.  

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