Essay on The Civil Disobedience Movement, 1930-34. The Non-Cooperation Movement exerted tremendous pressure on the British Government to look into Indian affairs with more attention.
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Lahore Congress and the Civil Disobedience Movement. In December, 1929 the Congress session was held at Lahore under the President ship of Jawaharlal Nehru. The Congress declared the attainment of complete Independence ..
The movement began with Gandhiji’s Dandi March on 12th March, 1930. The movement spread to all parts of the country. Students, workers, farmers and women all participated in it with great zeal and fervour.
The British Government was enforcing unjust laws. One such law was tax on salt. Mahatma Gandhi thought that this tax was unjustified. Even the poorest of the poor needed salt. He asked his people to disobey the unjust laws of the Government.
Under the leadership of Gandhiji, the Civil Disobedience Movement was launched in AD 1930. It began with the Dandi March. On 12 March 1930, Gandiji with some of his followers left the Sabarmati Ashram at Ahmedabad and made their way towards Dandi, a village on the west coast of India.