when was civil disobedience movement started …

when was civil disobedience movement started what were significant effect of indian
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Adithya Dev A 1 week, 6 days ago

Civil disobedience movement was initially started in 1930 but was called off in 1931 by Gandhiji himself. Then, it was restarted in 1932 once again but later, gradually lost its momentum by 1934. It had far reaching impact on Indians. When Gandhiji manufactured salt on boiling sea water on 6th April 1930, thereby violating salt law, thousands of people especially women marched out of their homes, manufactured salt and demonstrated it in front of British salt factories. Then in the countryside, peasants refused to pay chawkidari taxes and British revenue and socially boycotted landlords, taluqdars and moneylenders. In the tribal villages, the tribal men encroached into the Reserved forest areas and restarted using the forest for their livelihood and fulfilling traditional rights. Political processions and demonstrations emerged from all across the country and different groups of people except some, actively participated in the movement.

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