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The Nationalist Movement

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Anushka Suresh

on 27 November 2013

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Transcript of The Nationalist Movement

13TH APRIL 1919
Let's watch a video recalling, "What is Nationalism?"
How did the Rowlatt act establish in 1919
A video on Jallianwala bagh masacre

Thank you
The Nationalist Movement
The people were not happy with the Montagu Chelmsford Reforms and so it was criticised throughout the country
And so the British government passed this act in 1919 to suppress the revolutionary movement.
In this act the government could put anybody in the jail for an indefinite period for being a part of the revolutionary movement and no one had the right to appeal against the trial.
As a result of this act a wave of indignation spread throughout the country and Gandhiji was in the forefront.
Gandhiji also assumed the leadership of the national movement and the Nndian National Congress
To protest against the Rowlatt Act, Gandhiji gave a call for a nationwide hartal to be observed on the 6th April,1919.
The two leaders, Dr.Satyapal and Dr.Kitchlew, were arrested at Amritsar, Gandhiji was also arrested.
The people gathered on April 13,1919 at the Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, to peacfully protest about the arrest of the great leaders.
The 13th April was the day of Baisakhi. The government decided to suppress this movement.

People gathered in jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar on 13th April 1919 to protest against of the arest of their leaders. The british government General Dyer ordered his troops to fire at the peaceful gathering. And this Incident thousands of innocent were massacre. Martial law as imposed after the incident Indians decided to fight against the britisher's rule under the leadership of Mahatma Ghandi after the incident
Brigadier - General Reginald
Birth Name - Reginald Edward Harry Dyer
Born - 4th october 1864, Punjab
Died - 27th July, 1927, UK
Rank - Cornel
Battles - Chittral expedition
World War 1
Third barniz war
The jallianwala Bagh Massacre
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