Brief notes on the Khilafat Movement


The Khilafat Movement was clubbed with Non Co-operation Movement. For it was thought that an opportunity came for a Hindu- Muslim joint movement against the British government.

The movement had thoroughly roused the country but made little impression upon the British. The British government attached no importance to the demands of the Khilafatists.

Annoyed by the British attitude the Khilafat Conference at Karachi called upon the Muslim soldiers in the British Indian army to quit.


However, abrupt suspension of the Non Co-operation and Khilafat along with it, created a different situation. The Khilafatists came to be sharply divided.

A large number of them lost faith in Mahatma, and turned to the government for help.

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