Second Round Table Conference

Second Round Table Conference

In January 1931 in order to create a conducive atmosphere for talks, the government lifted

the ban on the Congress Party and released its leaders from prison.

On 8 March 1931 the Gandhi-Irwin Pact was signed. As per this pact, Mahatma Gandhi agreed to suspend the Civil-Disobedience Movement and participate in the Second Round Table Conference.

In September 1931, the Second Round Table Conference was held at London.

Mahatma Gandhi participated in the Conference but returned to India disappointed as no agreement could be reached on the demand of complete

independence and on the communal question. In January 1932, the Civil-Disobedience Movement was resumed.

The government responded to it by arresting Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel and by reimposing the ban on the Congress party.

ALL ABOUT MAHATMA GANDHI 

Mahatma Gandhi

Champaran Satyagraha (1917) First Civil Disobedience Movement.

Ahmedabad Mill Strike (1918) Ahmedabad textile laborers win strike for economic justice, 1918

Kheda Satyagraha (1918): First Non – Cooperation Movement.

What is Rowlatt Act 1919

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre (13th April, 1919)

Khilafat Movement 1919

Chauri Chaura Incident

Significance of the Non-Cooperation Movement

Swaraj Party 1923

Simon Commission (1927)

Spread of the movement

First Round Table Conference

Second Round Table Conference

Third Round Table Conference

Communal Award (16th Aug,1932)

Nehru Report (1928)

The Report favoured

Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-1934)

What Is Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-1934)

National Movement during 2nd world war

August Offer (8th Aug,1940)

Individual Satyagraha

Major Recommendations

Rejection of Cripps proposal

Quit India Movement (1942-1944)

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