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PSC Class 94: Freedom Struggle – Selected Points

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1. It was Mahadev Desai, who worked as the secretary of Gandhiji.

2. Clement Atlee is the british prime minister, when India got freedom.

3. Gandhiji mentioned Crips Mission as ‘The expired cheque from the broken bank’.

4. It was ‘Aruna Asif Ali’, who is called as ‘Heroine of Quit India Movement’.

5. Subash Chandra Bose (in singapore) formed the Indian National Army (INA) in 1943.

6. It was in Red Fort of Delhi in 1945, the questioning of INA soldiers was happened.

7. Subash Chandra Bose was elected as congress president for first time in Haripura Conference in 1938.

8. The missing of Subash Chandra Bose was in the year, 1945.

9. The author of idea, ‘Special country for Muslims’ was from Muhammad Iqbal.

10. It was Bal Gangadar Tilak, who raised the slogan ‘Swaraj was my birth right’.

11. The author of ‘Gita Secrets’ was from Bal Gangadar Tilak.

12. The idea ‘Pakistan’ was first introduced in the Lahore Conference of Muslim League in 1940.

13. Rabindranath Tagore mentioned Jawaharlal Nehru as ‘Indian Season King’.

14. ‘Give me Blood, I will give you Freedom’ was the words of Subash Chandra Bose.

15. The project to transfer administration to India and Pakistan in 1947 August 15 is called as June 3 project.

16. ‘Simla Conference’ was headed by Viceroy Wavell in 1945.

17. It was in the Tripuri conference of congress in 1939, Subash Chandra Bose defeated Pattabhi Sitaramayya in election for becoming president.

18. Subash Chandra Bose retired from congress in 1939.

19. It was both Gandhiji and Ambedkar, contributed their role in ‘Poona Pact’ in 1932.

20. Jatindas is the revolutionalist who died in Jail after a lengthy Fast unto death in 1929, September.

21. The patriot who killed the punjab lieutenant governor, Michael ‘O’ Dairy in England due to his excuse of Gun fire that ended in the massacre of Jallianwalla Bag in 1919 is Sardar Uttam Singh.

22. ‘New India, Common Wheel, Young India’ were the dailies started by Annie Besant.


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