Solution:The above statement is False.
Indian National Congress launched the civil disobedience movement under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi on 12th march 1930. Later, Mahatma Gandhi himself was arrested by the British government. Gandhi’s arrest aroused violent clashes all over the nation, and industrial workers in Solapur attacked colonial establishments such as buildings, offices, and police posts. The country was in turmoil, which made Gandhi call off the movement. Gandhiji did not call off the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) with the Poona Pact. Thus, the correct statement would be that CDM was called off because of the violent uprisings.