Industrialists participated in the Civil Disobedience Movement:
1. After First World War, they had made huge profits but the present colonial policies were restricting their business activities.
2. They wanted imports to decrease and a foreign exchange ratio that would discourage imports so they supported Civil Disobedience movement when it began.
3. They saw swaraj as a time of no colonial restrictions and flourishing trade and business.
Explanation: Industrialists were largely supportive of the idea of swaraj in the expectation of a free economy to do business in. But they got apprehensive when they saw the protest as detrimental.
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