Histrory

The Non-Cooperation Movement

It saw participation from both Hindus and Muslims thereby showcasing communal harmony in the country.

  • The non-cooperation movement was launched on 1st August 1920 by the Indian National Congress (INC) under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • The movement was essentially a peaceful and non-violent protest against the British government in India.
  • Indians were asked to relinquish their titles and resign from nominated seats in the local bodies as a mark of protest.
  • It was a truly mass movement where lakhs of Indians participated in the open protest against the government through peaceful means.
  • It saw participation from both Hindus and Muslims thereby showcasing communal harmony in the country.
  • This movement established the popularity of the Congress Party among the people.
  • As a result of this movement, people became conscious of their political rights. They were not afraid of the government.
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