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Asked On2017-07-26 10:14:41 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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Non Cooperation Movement started in 1920.As soon as the movement started, thousands of students left government schools, many lawyers like Motilal Nehru and C.R.Das gave up their membership. People surrendered their titles and boycotted legislatures. Huge bon fires of foreign clothes were organised in many cities.

The movement was also joined by people belonging to various communities and took various shapes. The liquor shops were picketed at various places. In Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh “forest satyagrahs”, were staged by the peasants who grazed their cattle in the forests without paying the grazing fees. In Sind, Muslims supported the Khilafat and the non cooperation movement. At Kheda, in Gujarat, Patidar peasants organised non violent movement against the high revenue demands of the British. In tea gardens of Assam, labourers demanded an increase in their pay.

Gandhi was considered as a ‘messiah’ by the people. It was believed by common masses that Gandhi would help them to overcome their misery and poverty. Every section of people thought that he would help them. The peasants imagined that Gandhi would help them in fighting the tyranny of the zamindars and the landless labourers believed that he would provide lands to them. Ordinary people even credited Gandhi with their own achievements. For example, the peasants of the United Provinces were able to stop illegal eviction of tenants. They credited Gandhi for their achievement. However, sometimes tribals and peasants undertook actions which did not conform to Gandhi ideologies. 

Answerd on:2017-07-27 Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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