Indian National Movement
Why Indians had high hopes on the Labour Party of England ?
Because some distinguished Indians were a member of this Party,
Because this Party did not believe in ruthless repression of Indians.
Because its leader Ramsay Mac Donald had sympathy for the Indian cause.
None of these.
Which of the following was the cause of Civil Disobedience Movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi on March 12, 1930 ?
Gandhi's eleven demands were rejected by the Viceroy.
Refusal of the Government to accept the Nehru Report.
Viceroy ignored even the last-minute warning of Gandhi.
Jawaharlal Nehru resigned from the Secretaryship of the Congress as a protest against the
protection of minorities proposed in the Nehru Report.
goal of Dominion Status proposed in the Nehru Report.
federal Structure proposed in the Nehru Report.
provision for setting up a new Province of Sind.
What stand was taken by M.A. Jinnah at the First Round Table Conference ?
He wanted a separate State for the Muslims.
He insisted on the acceptance of his 'Fourteen Points'
He insisted on banning the Congress Party.
He insisted on the release of Ali brothers.
In December, 1929 Congress Session was held at Lahore. Which of the following decisions was not taken at this Session ?
'Puran Swarajya' was declared as the ultimate political goal of Indians.
All India Congress Committee was authorised to launch a Civil Disobedience Movement as and when necessary.
Participation in the Round Table- Conference.
January 26 was to be observed as Independence Day every year.
When was it resolved that India should be made an Independent Socialist Republic ?
At a meeting of the All India Trade Union Congress heldlin November, 1929 and presided over by Jawaharlal Nehru.
At a Round Table Conference.
At an All-Parties Conference convened in Delhi.
At a Congress Session presided over by Subhas Chandra Bose.
Breaking of salt laws was just a sample act of civil disobedience. What was its reaction ?
Artificial salt was prepared in C.P. and U.P.
Illegal salt manufacture started in Madras,, Bombay and Rengal.
Both of these.
None of these.
What was the attitude of the British Government in India towards the Indian Newspapers when the Civil Disobedience Movement was gathering momentum ?
Government tried to curb the freedom of the Press.
Securities of many Indian Newspapers were forfeited.
Both (a) and (b).
Government was liberal in dealing with the Indian Newspapers.
Why the British Government in India was afraid of the Communists ?
Because of their mass following.
Because of their underground links with foreign countries.
Because of their subversive activities.
Because of their openly violent methods.
What was the attitude of the Sikhs towards the Nehru Report ?
They welcomed the Report.
They were dissatisfied with the Report.
They protested against the Report by quitting Congress Party.
None of these.
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