In the Gudem Hills of Andhra Pradesh a militant guerrilla movement spread in the early 1920s led by Alluri Sitaram Raju. He claimed that he had a variety of special powers: he could make correct astrological predictions and heal people, and he could survive even bullet shots. Captivated by Raju, the rebels proclaimed that he was an incarnation of God.
His role in inspiring the rebels with Gandhiji’s ideas was as-
1. He talked of the greatness of Mahatma Gandhi
2. Praised Non-Cooperation Movement, said he was inspired by it
3. Persuaded people to wear khadi and give up drinking.
Explanation- Alluri Sitaram Raju led the Andhra militant guerrilla movement, and used his abilities of persuasion to influence people to follow Gandhian ideas.
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