(b) iii, i, iv and ii
(c) i, iii, iv and ii
(d) i, iv, iii and ii
What is the chronological sequence of the following happenings?
(i) August Declaration
(ii) Lucknow Pact
(iii) Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
(iv) Khaira Satyagraha
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) iv, ii, iii and i
(b) iii, i, ii and iv
(c) ii, iv, i and iii
(d) ii, i, iv and iii
Assertion and Reason
Instructions
Mark (a) if ‘Assertion (A)’ is correct, but ‘Reason (R)’ is wrong.
Mark (b) if ‘Assertion (A)’ is wrong, but ‘Reason (R)’ is correct.
Mark (c) if both ‘Assertion (A)’ and ‘Reason (R)’ are correct, and ‘Reason
(R)’ explains ‘Assertion (A)’.
Mark (d) if both ‘Assertion (A)’ and ‘Reason (R)’ are correct, but ‘Reason
(R)’ does not explain ‘Assertion (A)’.
Assertion (A): In the life of Dadabhai Naoroji, there was a slow transition
from liberalism and modernisation to some form of radicalism and
extremism.
Reason (R): He was gradually disillusioned with British politicians and their
policies.
Assertion (A): Till the fag end of the 19th century, Tilak did not advocate
“passive resistance”.
Reason (R): Till his death, his idea of self-government, meaning to him
complete autonomy, did not change.
Assertion (A): Gokhale claimed self-government not as a matter of right but
as a reward by the display of wisdom, experience and moderation.
Reason (R): He was greatly influenced        by British ideas of moderation and