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 Short Note on Quit India Movement :

Quit India Movement , Short Note on Quit India MovementThe Quit India Movement was a civil disobedience movement launched in India in August 1942 in response to Mohandas Gandhi 's call for immediate independence. The all India Congress committee proclaimed a mass protest demanding what Gandhi called " An orderly British Withdrawal " From India. And given a call ' Do or Die ' .

Note on Quit India Movement

Short Note on Quit India Movement :-

 On 9 August 1942 all the prominent leaders like Gandhi, Nehru   , Patel etc. were arrested but the rest most of continued the revolutionary struggle. Violence spread throughout the country, several government offices were destroyed and damaged. Later the Congress party was banned. The movement was, however, crushed by the government. 


Gandhi ji clarified that the quit India movement would not be stopped by individual acts of violence, saying that the " Ordered Anarchy " of " the present system of administration " was " worse than real anarchy. " He called on all Congressmen and Indians to maintain discipline via ahimsa, and Karo ya Maro ( Do or Die) in the cause of ultimate freedom. 


Satyagraha and Sarvodaya were Mahatma Gandhi 's most significant and revolutionary contributions to contemporary political thought. He felt that the exercise of satyagraha could be carried out through non-cooperation. Civil disobedience and non - cooperation as practiced under Satyagraha are based on the " Law of suffering " , a doctrine that the endurance of suffering is a means to an end. This end usually  implies a moral upliftment or progress of an individual or society. Therefore, non cooperation in satyagraha is in fact a means to secure the cooperation of the opponent consistently with truth and justice. 


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