HistoryMatch the following items given in Column I with those given in Column II.Matrix: Column I Column II(a)Forced Recruitment (i)Labour without any payment (b)Boycott (ii)A form of demonstration (c)Picket (iii)A form of protest (d)Begar (iv)A process of making people to join the army

Match the following items given in Column I with those given in Column II.


Matrix:


 

Column I

 

Column II

(a)

Forced Recruitment

(i)

Labour without any payment

(b)

Boycott

(ii)

A form of demonstration

(c)

Picket

(iii)

A form of protest

(d)

Begar

(iv)

A process of making people to join the army


  1. A
    a-iv; b-iii; c-ii; d-i
  2. B
    a-iii; b-iv; c-i; d-ii
  3. C
    a-iv; b-i; c-iii; d-ii
  4. D
    a-iv; b-ii; c-i; d-iii 

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    Solution:

    Forced Recruitment- Constrained enlistment is a cycle by which the frontier state compels individuals to enlist in the military. The British government in India depended on it at the hour of the First World War to help the number of troopers battling from its side.
    Boycott- A king of aggregated and coordinated protest applied in labour, financial, political, or social relations to fight oppression in general.
    Picket- A gathering of labourers or people standing outside a structure's entrance to fight about something, mainly to stop individuals from entering a plant.
    Begar- It is a system of labour where the employee is compelled to work for his employer, usually without payment.
     
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