The immediate cause for the movement was the collapse of Cripps Mission. The British assumption of unconditional support from India to British in World War II was not taken well by the Indian National Congress. The anti-British sentiments and demand for full-independence had gained popularity among indian masses.
What were the causes of Quit India Movement Class 10?
Answer: Quit India Resolution was finally passed on 8 August 1942 in Mumbai. Question 14: What was the major cause of the failure of the Quit India Movement? Answer: Lack of co-ordination and lack of clear cut programme were the two major causes of the failure of the movement.
When and why was the Quit India Movement launched?
In August 1942, Gandhiji started the ‘Quit India Movement’ and decided to launch a mass civil disobedience movement ‘Do or Die’ call to force the British to leave India.
What was the impact of Quit India Movement?
The most important effect of the Quit India Movement was that it made the British realise that in the context of the crippling effects of the Second World War on Britain’s resources and the bitter opposition to its rule India, it would be very difficult to continue ruling the Indians.
What is the slogan of Quit India Movement?
At August Kranti Maidan, Mahatma Gandhi delivered his famous “do or die” speech, which marked the beginning of Quit India Movement.
What was Mahatma Gandhi’s slogan?
Today, the power of Gandhi’s words still inspire us to change the world by changing ourselves. Here are some of his most famous quotes: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
Who gave this slogan?
Famous Slogans and Authors
|Vande Mataram||Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay|
|Quit India||Mahatma Gandhi|
|Freedom is my birthright and I shall have it||Balgangadhar Tilak|
|Give me blood and I shall give you freedom||Subhas Chandra Bose|