Q. 153.7( 9 Votes )
Why was Non-Cooperation a Powerful method of resistance?
Non-Cooperation was a powerful method of resistance following the principles of non-violence and ahimsa.
1. It was a passive resistance led by Gandhiji in the year 1920.
2. It involved the boycott of British goods and clothes.
3. Even the titles conferred by the British Government were surrendered.
4. Council elections were boycotted.
5. Indians were requested to boycott government controlled schools and colleges.
Thus, the powerful resistance was the first ever nationalist movement in India in the struggle of independence against British which united all the sections of Indians.
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