Spectrum for Modern Indian History Chapter 5 Part 6 – Swarajists and No Changers - Videos


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Spectrum for Modern Indian History Chapter 5 – Swarajists and No Changers.

After Gandhi’s arrest (March 1922), there was disintegration, disorganization, and demoralization among nationalist ranks. A debate started among Congressmen on what to do during the transition period, i.e., the passive phase of the movement.
One section the Swarajists – led by C R Das, Motilal Nehru and Ajmal Khan wanted an end to the boycott of legislative councils so that the nationalists could enter them to expose the basic weaknesses of these assemblies and use these councils as an arena of political struggle.
The ‘No-changers’ opposed council entry.
Watch this lesson to know more about these movements.

Modern History of India is an important section to cover for UPSC Preparation 2018 and this lesson will make sure you spot the most important topics for this chapter from Spectrum for your preparation. Must watch for all IAS 2018 aspirants. Learn all about the important national movements of India and the Government of India Act 1919.
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