Solution:Narmada Bachao Movement is a short-term movement.
For short-term movements, specific leadership and organisation are required. This movement initially had a narrow focus but evolved into a more significant movement that questioned huge dams. Specific movements are another name for short-term actions. Narmada Bachao Andolan in India is another illustration of this. People who had been uprooted because of the construction of the Sardar Sarovar dam on the Narmada River were the focus of this movement's initial outcry. Its goal was to prevent the dam from being built. The movement to question all such large dams grew over time. Another example is the purpose of the Nepalese campaign for democracy was to overturn the king's decree that had suspended democracy.