(b) iv
(c) ii
(d) i
The Non-cooperation Movement was started by Gandhi to pressurise the
British to concede certain demands. Which of the following was/were not
included in those demands?
(i) Remedying the ‘Punjab Wrong’ (make amends for the atrocities in the
Punjab)
(ii) Remedying the ‘Khilafat Wrong’ (offer more lenient terms to Turkey)
(iii) Satisfy the nationalist urge for poorna swaraj
(iv) Annulment of the Rowlatt Act.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) only iii
(b) iii and iv
(c) only iv
(d) ii and iii
Which of the following statements about the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre
is/are true?
(i) The crowd had gathered in the garden at Amritsar to protest against the
arrest and deportation of their popular leaders, Dr Satyapal and Dr Kitchlu.
(ii) General Dyer was lieutenant-governor of the Punjab at that time.
(iii) Micheal O’ Dwyer was the person who ordered police firing on the
unarmed crowd.
(iv) Rabindranath Tagore renounced his knighthood in protest against the
massacre
(v) Gandhi returned the Kaiser-i-Medal in protest against the massacre.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i, ii and iv
(b) i, iv and v
(c) i, iii and iv
(d) i and iv
Which of the following was/were not included in the positive programmes of
the Non-Cooperation Movement?
(i) Establishment of national schools, colleges and private arbitration courts