Quit India Movement

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  • Q1

    J.P. Narayan was a hero of the 1942

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    Quit India movement.

    Explanation:

    Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan (JP) was a Marxist in his youth. He was the founder general secretary of the Congress Socialist Party and the Socialist Party. He declined to join Nehru’s cabinet. After 1955, he quit active politics, he became a Gandhian and was involved in the Bhoodan movement. He became the symbol of opposition to Emergency and was the moving force behind the formation of Janata Party.

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  • Q2

    The Quit India Movement started in

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    1942.

    Explanation:

    Driven to frustration after the failure of the Cripps Mission, in August 1942, Congress adopted the Quit India Resolution, demanding the immediate set up of a national government and end of the British rule.

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  • Q3

    In 1942, a mass movement was launched by Gandhi that was known as the

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    Quit India Movement.

    Explanation:

    After the failure of the Cripps Mission in 1942, Mahatma Gandhi launched a mass movement known as the Quit India Movement that demanded the complete withdrawal of British rule from India.

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  • Q4

    Gandhi gave his famous mantra “do or die” during the...

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    Quit India Movement.

    Explanation:

    The famous Quit India Movement resolution was passed on 8th August, 1942, during the All India Congress Committee meeting in the Gwalior tonk Maidan of Bombay.

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  • Q5

    The Quit India Movement was launched at the time of the...

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    Second world war.

    Explanation:

    Gandhiji launched the Quit India Movement against the British in the middle of the Second World War. The British arrested him immediately, but the spirit of the movement was spread to the rest of the country.

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