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In our journey of freedom, we have included the history of Indian Independence movement. Till now we have covered the time-span from 1400 to 1929. We have covered the tale of how India came under......

In our journey of freedom, we have included the history of Indian Independence movement. Till now we have covered the time-span from 1400 to 1929. We have covered the tale of how India came under the rule of British Government, How many wars have been fought by different kingdoms? Today, we are going to cover the political movements that played a huge part in our freedom fight.

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  • Dyer suffered a series of strokes during the last years of his life and he became increasingly isolated due to the paralysis and speechlessness inflicted by his strokes. He died of cerebral haemorrhage and arteriosclerosis in 1927.[50] On his deathbed, Dyer reportedly saidMichael O'Dwyer, the Lieutenant Governor of Punjab from 1912 to 1919, endorsed General Dyer and called the massacre a "correct" action.[51] Some historians now believe he premeditated the massacre and set Dyer to work.[52][53][54][55] Many Indians blamed O'Dwyer, and while Dyer was never assaulted, O'Dwyer was assassinated in London in 1940 by Udham Singh as a retaliation for his role in the massacre.
  • Gandhi called off the movement following the ChauriChaura incident, which saw the death of twenty-two policemen at the hands of an angry mob.In response to the police killings the British authorities declared martial law in and around ChauriChaura. Several raids were conducted and hundreds of people were arrested.A total of 228 people were brought to trial on charges of "rioting and arson" in conjunction with the ChauriChaura affair.[6] Of these 6 died while in police custody, while 172 were sentenced to death by hanging following conviction in a trial which lasted eight months
  • Second Round Table Conference: Gandhiji returns from London after the deadlock in llnd RTC on 28th December. Launches Civil Disobedience Movement. The INC declared illegal.

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  • 1. Jaliyawala Bagh
  • 2. 1920 - civil disobedient movement The Indian National Congress (INC) adopts the Non-Co-operation Resolution in December.
  • 3. 4 February 1922 Chauri Chaura Incedent
  • 4. August 1925 The Kakori Train Conspiracy 1927 The British Prime Minister appoints Simon Commission 1928 Murder of Lala Lajpat Rai Swaraj Party was formed by Motilal Nehru and Vallabhbhai Patel. 9 January, 1923
  • 5. 9th March, 1929 All Parties Muslim Conference formulates the 'Fourteen Points' under the leadership of Jinnah.
  • 6. Shivaram Rajguru 8th April,1929 Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt The Central Legislative Assent, protesting against the passage of the Public Safety Bill and the Trade Disputes Bill Shaheed Bhagat Singh Chandra Shekhar Azad Sukhdev Thapar
  • 7. • 31st December,1929 • The Lahore session of the INC adopts the goal of complete independence (poorna swarajya) for India • Jawaharlal Nehru hoists the tricolor on the banks of the Ravi at Lahore.
  • 8. 14th Fabruary,1930 INC met at Sabarmati and passes the Civil Disobedience resolution April 1930 Dandi March 400 KMs (241-mile) in 24 days to protest salt tax
  • 9. November 1930 First Round Table Conference begins in London to consider the report of the Simon Commission on 30th November.
  • 10. 5 March 1931 Gandhi-Irvin Pact before the second Round Table Conference in London 23rd March,1931 Bhagat Singh, Sukh Dev and Rajguru were executed.
  • 11. 4th January,1932 Gandhiji was arrested and imprisoned without trial
  • 12. Gandhiji in jail begins his epic "fast unto death" against the Communal Award on 20th September and ends the fast on 26th of the same month
  • 13. 1932 •The Third Round Table Conference begins in London (Nov 17 to Dec 24) 1933 •Gandhiji released from prison as he begins fast for self- purification on 9th May. •INC suspends Civil Disobedience movement but authorizes Satyagraha by individuals. 4th August,1935 •The Government of India Act 1935 was passed.
  • 14. 20th February,1938 Haripura session of INC Subhash Chandra Boss was elected Congress president.
  • 15. •Subhash Chandra Bose resigns as the president of the INC in April. 1939 •Second World War (Sep 1). Great Britain declares war on Germany on 3rd September; the Viceroy declares that India too is at war. 1939 •a year after war broke out, the British had put Bose under house arrest in Calcutta. In 1940,
  • 16. • 1940 - Lahore session of the Muslim League passes the Pakistan Resolution in March In 1942 the Congress launched the Quit India movement.
  • 17. The journey will be continued tomorrow….