group.
Reason (R): Surya Sen escaped to Japan along with his followers.
Assertion (A): Rashbeheri Bose was captured and executed by the British.
Reason (R): He, along with Sachin Sanyal, planned to organise a coordinated
revolt in February 1915.
Assertion (A): Bengal revolutionaries under Jatin Mukherji planned to
organise disruption of rail communications and seizure of Fort William, in
Bengal.
Reason (R): Jatin Mukherji was popularly known ‘Bagha Jatin’.
Assertion (A): In the early stages of revolutionary terrorism in India, Muslims
kept aloof or remained hostile to it.
Reason (R): Most of the early secret societies were marked by intense
religiosity.
Assertion (A): The daring plans and desperate deeds of the revolutionary
terrorists won them a lasting place in the memory of the nation.
Reason (R): Most of the politically conscious people did not agree with their
political approach.
Assertion (A): The worldwide contacts that the revolutionary terrorists
established in quest of arms and shelter had important ideological
consequences.
Reason (R): A good number of the revolutionary terrorists got converted to
socialists and communists in the later period.
The masses were attracted to Gandhi due to his certain simple and saintly
habits. Which of the following was/were not included in them?
(i) Nature-therapy
(ii) Experiments in sexual restraint
(iii) Use of English in preference to Hindustani
(iv) Travelling by third class
(v) Wearing only a loincloth from 1921 onwards
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) only ii
(b) ii and iii
(c) only iii