India got independence due to these 5 movements of Mahatma Gandhi – News Track English

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Mahatma Gandhi is called 'Father of Nation' and you all must know that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 and Gandhiji's father's name was Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi and he was an advocate. In this way, in 1906, he organized the first Satyagraha campaign against the Transvaal Asiatic Registration Act and in 1920, he joined the Indian National Congress Party and on 26 January 1930 declared India's independence from the British rule. At the same time, in 1917, he started many movements like Champaran Satyagraha, Non-cooperation movement and it was due to these movements that India got independence from the British Raj. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about the movement launched by Gandhiji.

Champaran Satyagraha: Let us tell you that this was the first Satyagraha under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, Champaran of Bihar and reached Champaran in Bihar in 1917 in support of farmers who were forced to cultivate indigo and other cash crops instead of food grains.

Non-cooperation movement: Let us tell you that after the success of Rowlatt Satyagraha, Mahatma Gandhi started the non-cooperation movement and under this movement started on 1 August 1920, appealed to the people not to go to school, college, court to express non-cooperation against British rule and Nor pay taxes.

NamakSatyagraha: Let us tell you that this movement is also called Dandi Satyagraha and took a 24-day foot march from Sabarmati Ashram near Dandi village near Ahmedabad on 12 March 1930 against the monopoly of British rule over salt.

Dalit Movement: In 1932, Gandhiji founded the All-India Untouchability League and after this, started the anti-untouchability movement from 8 May 1933 and published a weekly paper called 'Harijan' to help the Harijan movement for 21 days. Fasted

Quit India Movement: Let us tell you that this was Gandhiji's third major movement against British rule and on 8 August 1942, in the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee gave the slogan 'British Quit India' but he was arrested soon after. At the same time, the youth activists continued the movement through strikes and sabotage.

Mahatma Gandhi is called 'Father of Nation' and you all must know that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 and Gandhiji's father's name was Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi and he was an advocate. In this way, in 1906, he organized the first Satyagraha campaign against the Transvaal Asiatic Registration Act and in 1920, he joined the Indian National Congress Party and on 26 January 1930 declared India's independence from the British rule. At the same time, in 1917, he started many movements like Champaran Satyagraha, Non-cooperation movement and it was due to these movements that India got independence from the British Raj. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about the movement launched by Gandhiji.

Champaran Satyagraha: Let us tell you that this was the first Satyagraha under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, Champaran of Bihar and reached Champaran in Bihar in 1917 in support of farmers who were forced to cultivate indigo and other cash crops instead of food grains.

Non-cooperation movement: Let us tell you that after the success of Rowlatt Satyagraha, Mahatma Gandhi started the non-cooperation movement and under this movement started on 1 August 1920, appealed to the people not to go to school, college, court to express non-cooperation against British rule and Nor pay taxes.

NamakSatyagraha: Let us tell you that this movement is also called Dandi Satyagraha and took a 24-day foot march from Sabarmati Ashram near Dandi village near Ahmedabad on 12 March 1930 against the monopoly of British rule over salt.

Dalit Movement: In 1932, Gandhiji founded the All-India Untouchability League and after this, started the anti-untouchability movement from 8 May 1933 and published a weekly paper called 'Harijan' to help the Harijan movement for 21 days. Fasted

Quit India Movement: Let us tell you that this was Gandhiji's third major movement against British rule and on 8 August 1942, in the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee gave the slogan 'British Quit India' but he was arrested soon after. At the same time, the youth activists continued the movement through strikes and sabotage.

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