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the medium. educational system. Reason (R): Modern ideas spread faster and deeper in countries where they were propa- gated through indigenous languages rather than English. Assertion (A): Arya Samajis were responsible for the rise of extremism in the Indian National Congress. Reason (R): Many of them were in the forefront of the National Movement. Assertion (A): Swami Oayanand was the first to recommend swadeshi. Reason (R): He was the first to use the word swaraj. Assertion (A): British residents in India vehemently protested against the IIbert Bill. Reason (R): The bill proposed to establish social equality in the administration of justice. Assertion (A): In the second half of the 19th century several political associations were established by the modern Indian intelligentsia. Reason (R): This period witnessed the flowering of national political consciousness. Assertion (A): Raja Rammohan Roy was one of the first Indian leaders to start an agitation for political reforms. Reason (R): He founded the Landholders’ Society at Calcutta in 1838. Assertion (A): Most of the pre-Congress nationalist organisations were not real representative bodies. Reason (R): Their leadership as well as membership was confined to a few people, and they dealt mostly with local questions. Assertion (A): Dadabhai Naoroji organised the East India Association in London. Reason (R): He wanted to influence the British ilublic opinion. Assertion (A): Dwarakanath Tagore was one of the founder-members of the Landholders’ Society of Calcutta. Reason (R): The society was the first example of an organised constitutional agitation of redress of grievances. Assertion (A): In 1851 the Landholders’ Society and the Bengal British India Society merged to form the British Indian Association.