Q. 84.4( 11 Votes )
When and where did Mahatma Gandhi successfully organise Satyagraha Movements just after arriving in India?
Several Satyagraha movements were launched by Mahatma Gandhi after his return from South Africa. Champaran, Kheda, Ahmedabad etc., were some of those places.
Mahatma Gandhi went to Champaran in the state of Bihar in the year 1916 and started Satyagraha along with the peasants as a struggle against the exploitative plantation system.
Another Satyagraha movement was launched in the year 1918. This movement was organised among the workers of cotton mills.
Gandhiji started another Satyagraha movement in Kheda in the year 1918, demanding relaxation in revenue collection. The peasants of Kheda were unable to pay the revenue due to crop failure and a plague epidemic.
After these movements, Gandhiji decided to launch another Satyagraha movement against the Rowlatt Act in the year 1919.
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