How did the salt Satyagraha become an effective tool of resistance against British colonialism in India during 1930? Explain
CBSE Class 10
CBSE Class 10 Social
2018-03-06 05:40:40 UTC
Mahatma Gandhi believed that salt could be a powerful symbol to unite the whole nation. Poor peasants- against high revenue demand, trade depression, remittance of rent.
Rich peasants-high revenue, wanted revision in the revenue demands.
Industrialist -wanted protection against imports of foreign goods, rupee-sterling foreign exchange ratio, formed FICCI
Workers-against poor working conditions and low wages.
Women-service to the nation as the sacred duty.
Salt was made was an act of civil disobedience.
Workers went on strike in railway workshops shops closed down.
Local leaders were arrested.(Any three)