Rowlatt act of British govt: Why Gandhi started protests against it on March 30, 1919

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on March 30, 2023
On March 30, 1919, Gandhi launched a nationwide protest against the Rowlatt Act. He saw the Rowlatt Act as a direct attack on the civil liberties and democratic rights of the Indian people. He believed that the act would lead to widespread arrests, torture, and oppression of Indian nationalists and freedom fighters.

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Mahatma Gandhi

Indian nationalist leader and nonviolence advocate (1869โ€“1948)
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