Answer is Option A. -> 4 3 2 1 Answer: (a)
Non-Cooperation Movement started in 1920.
Civil Disobedience Movement started in 1930.
The formation of Congress ministries took place in 1937.
The Quit India Movement began in 1942.
Question 2. Who among the following leaders escaped from the prison and organised underground activities during the Quit India Movement?
Answer is Option B. -> 1 only Answer: (b)Lord Wavell, the concurrent viceroy of India, gave a clean chit to the Indian Army for its role during the revolt of RIN as it, on a whole, had been most commendably steady.
Question 4. The editor of Young India and Harijan was
Answer is Option B. -> Mahatma Gandhi Answer: (b)Mahatma Gandhi was the editor of ‘Young India’ and ‘Harijan.’ Young India was a weekly newspaper in English published by Mahatma Gandhi from 1919 to 1932. Gandhi wrote various quotations in this journal that inspired many. Harijan was a newspaper first published on 11 February 1933, brought out by Gandhi from Yerwada Jail during the British rule in India.
Question 5. When did Gandhiji give the slogan of ‘Swaraj in one year’?
Answer is Option D. -> It depicts the comprehensive history of the Peasant Movement in India. Answer: (d)The book ‘Indian Struggle’ was written by Subhashchandra Bose. It does not depict the comprehensive history of the peasant movement in India.
Question 7. The national leader who was elected President (Speaker) of the Central Legislative Assembly in 1925 was
Answer is Option C. -> Ahmedabad Strike Answer: (c)In the Ahmedabad strike, Mahatma Gandhi made his first use of hunger strike as a weapon. In 1918, Mahatma Gandhi intervened in a dispute between the workers and mill-owners of Ahmedabad. He advised the workers to go on strike and to demand a 35 per cent increase in wages. But he insisted that the workers should not use violence against the employers during the strike.
Question 10. All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) was founded in 1920 by
Answer is Option D. -> N.M. Joshi Answer: (d)All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) was founded on 31 October 1920 in Bombay by N. M. Joshi, Lala Lajpat Rai and a few others and, until 1945 when unions became organised on party lines, it was the primary trade union organisation in India. Since then it has been associated with the Communist Party of India.