Which of these social reformers acted as a Defence lawyer for those imprisoned for participating in the Quit India Movement in 1942?


How did Solapur Satyagraha start?

After the arrest of Mahatma Gandhi in May 1930, protests and demonstrations against the British Rule were held throughout the India. Large scale rallies and protests were done at Solapur also. Many citizens lost their lives in the Police firings. Due to this the irate mob attacked the Police Stations.

Why Quit India movement is called August Kranti?

About: On 8th August 1942, Mahatma Gandhi gave a clarion call to end the British rule and launched the Quit India Movement at the session of the All-India Congress Committee in Mumbai. Gandhiji gave the call “Do or Die” in his speech delivered at the Gowalia Tank Maidan, now popularly known as August Kranti Maidan.

Which day was celebrated as Akhila Karnataka Satyagraha during freedom movement?

8th April 1938

Who was the Viceroy of India when Quit India Movement broke out?

Lord Mountbatten

Who started civil disobedience movement?

Mohandas Gandhi

What solution was suggested by the Dalit leaders to solve the problems of the depressed classes how did Dr BR Ambedkar try to improve the conditions of the depressed classes explain any three points?

i The Dalit leaders sought a political solution to the problem faced by the depressed classes. ii They organized themselves and demanded reservation of seats in educational institutions so that they could be a part of the decision-making process.

Who died in firing at Solapur Satyagraha?

Those who took lead in this movement, such as Mallappa Dhanshetti, Shrikrishna Sarda, Qurban Hussain and Jagannath Shinde were hanged to death. Answer 3: Ramsay MacDonald was the chairman of the Round Table Conference.

Why were the Dalits not eager to join the civil disobedience movement How was the issue resolved?

Answer. Initially, Congress had ignored the dalits for fear of offending the Sanatanis, the conservative high-caste Hindus. (iv) But many dalit leaders demanded reserved seats in educational institutions and a separate electorate. (v) So dalit participation in the Civil Disobedience Movement was limited.

What did Ambedkar do for the upliftment of his community?

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar had a real visionary towards the upliftment of Dalits. His main aim was to uproot the evil of deep-rooted caste system, uplift the status of downtrodden society, create honour amongst so called upper castes and to transform this country from uncivilized state to civilized state.