HistoryIn which year the Non-Cooperation movement was launched?

In which year the Non-Cooperation movement was launched?


  1. A
    1905
  2. B
    1919
  3. C
    1920
  4. D
    1939 

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    The Non-Cooperation Movement was launched in 1920. In September 1920, the party presented the Non-Cooperation agenda at the Calcutta Congress. It signalled the start of a brand-new chapter in the history of the battle for Indian independence. Unfortunately, it was withdrawn due to the Chauri Chaura tragedy in 1922. However, this campaign was a significant turning point in the independence process because it demonstrated that the INC was finally ready to give up constitutional protections to achieve self-rule.
     
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