of ‘passive resistance’.
         Which of the following is/are not true about such distinction?
(i) Passive resistance is an act of expediency, while satyagraha is a moral
weapon based on the superiority of the soul-force over physical force.
(ii) The former is the weapon of the weak, but the latter is that of the bravest.
(iii) The former is static, but the latter is dynamic.
(iv) The former is negative in approach, but the latter is positive in approach.
(v) The former aims at wearing the opponent away from error by love and
patient suffering, while the latter aims at embarrassing the opponent into
submission.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) ii and iii
(b) only v
(c) ii and v
(d) only ii
The technique of satyagraha included various methods. Which of the
following was/were not included by Gandhi in those methods?
(i) Fasting
(ii) Hijrat or voluntary migration
(iii) Scorched-earth policy
(iv) Strikes and hartals
(v) Underground activities
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) iii and v
(b) only iii
(c) only v
(d) iv and v
Gandhi attracted the masses also by his socioeconomic programmes. Which
of the following was not one of those programmes?
(i) Programme of khadi
(ii) Programme of industrialisation
(iii) Programme of village reconstruction
(iv) Programme of Hindu-Muslim unity
(v) Programme of Harijan welfare