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When Non-Cooperation movement was withdrawn?
13 April 1919
5 March 1920
3 February 1921
12 February 1922

Correct Answer :   12 February 1922

In February 1922, Gandhiji decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement due to the following reasons:

(i) The movement was turning violent. At Chauri-Chaura in Gorakhpur, a peaceful demonstration in a bazar turned into a violent clash in which more than 20 policemen were killed.

(ii) Gandhiji felt that the Safyagrahis needed to be properly trained before they would be ready for mass struggle.

(iii) Within the Congress, some leaders were tired of mass struggles and wanted to participate in elections to the provincial councils, which were set up under the Government of India Act, 1919.

(iv) Industrialists, workers, peasants etc. interpreted the term ‘Swaraj’ in their own way. At many places like that of Andhra Pradesh, leaders like Alluri Sitaram Raju asserted that India could be liberated only by the use of force. But there values were not approved by the Congress.

Published On : June 22, 2021