HistoryThe Non-Cooperation movement was adopted in one of the following sessions of the Indian National Congress.

The Non-Cooperation movement was adopted in one of the following sessions of the Indian National Congress.


  1. A
    Nagpur
  2. B
    Madras
  3. C
    Bombay
  4. D
    Karachi  

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    The Non-Cooperation movement was adopted in the Nagpur sessions of the Indian National Congress.
    Gandhi announced the beginning of the Non-Cooperation Movement in August 1920. The INC approved the resolution of the Non-Cooperation Movement at its meeting in Calcutta in September. However, many Congressmen were worried about the movement's proposals and that it might result in violence. Thus there was a heated argument within Congress from September through December. Finally, Congress reassembled for a session at Nagpur in December 1920. At this session, a compromise between the movement's supporters and opponents was finally reached, and officially adopted the Non-Cooperation Movement. Therefore Gandhiji's intention to get the resolution of the Non-Cooperation movement passed in the Calcutta session succeeded only in the Nagpur session in 1920.
     
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