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what was the impact of non cooperation movement
Asked by principal | 15 Feb, 2024, 06:14: PM
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The impact of the non-cooperation movement was as follows:

  • The movement provided a base to the Congress. Gandhi mobilised the masses in this movement. All sections of society, including the peasants, workers, lawyers, students, women and oppressed people, participated in their struggle for freedom.
  • The movement undermined the power and prestige of the British Government. It created an anti-British feeling in the country.
  • Repression failed to crush the spirit of the people. The movement made the people bold and patriotic.
  • Gandhi was determined to emancipate the poor and the oppressed. Removal of untouchability and promotion of Khadi became essential tool in Gandhi's struggle against British rule. Message of Swadeshi was spread.
  • Another positive achievement was that the movement set the scene of Hindu Muslim unity. Never before any movement received the willing support of Hindus and Muslims alike.
  • The movement encouraged people to boycott British institutions, including schools, colleges, and law courts.
  • The movement made people aware of their political rights.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 16 Feb, 2024, 10:32: AM

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