Q. 35.0( 1 Vote )
Answer the follow
(a) The main objectives of the revolutionaries were to terrorize the British officers, to paralyze the British administration, to remove the awe and fear of the British government from the minds of the people and to overthrow the British rule.
NOTE – The youth charged with revolutionary ideas formed secret organizations in different parts of the country mainly Bombay and Bengal provinces.
(b) India House was established in London by Pt Shyamji Krishna Verma, an Indian patriot. The revolutionary work in India received help from Indian revolutionaries abroad and India House as an institution became an important centre for the same. It used to grant scholarships to Indian youth for higher studies in England. Madam Cama, a revolutionary associated with India house raised the issue of India’s independence at the World Socialist Conference held at Stuttgart in Germany, unfurling the Indian flag.
(c) Surya Sen, chief of the revolutionary group at Chittagong in Bengal, drew a plan to raid the government armoury along with a group of revolutionaries such as Anant Singh, Ganesh Ghosh, Kalpana Datta and Pritilata Waddedar. Accordingly, they seized the arms from two armouries in Chittagong on 18 April 1930. They destroyed the telephone and telegraph lines, paralyzing the communication system.
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