Solution:The above statement is true.
The Satyagraha in 1918 was organised to support the cotton mill workers in Ahmedabad. Mahatma Gandhi led the cotton mill workers on strike against the cotton mill workers who had refused to pay them higher wages. The cotton mill owners wanted to withdraw the plague bonus to the workers. Mahatma Gandhi went on a hunger strike to support the mill workers when they seemed to weaken. Two Satyagraha movements were successfully organised in 1917 in Champaran, Bihar, and the Kheda district of Gujarat. This Satyagraha was organised to support the peasants struggling to pay the revenue because of the epidemic plague and to sustain the peasants struggling against the oppressive plantation system.