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2020, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part C

Left and communal problem: India (1925-47)


Author(s): Dr. Madhu Kant Jha

Abstract: Communal disturbances broke out in Bengal over the question of victimization of some jute workers who had participated in a demonstration against the jute ordinance. Two workers had been killed and 40 injured in these disturbance. Subhas Chandra Bose had observed, “The strike breakers have fomented communal strife in order to put an end to the strike.” In the annual session of Hindu Sabha at Nagpur, the leading communal ideologue V.D. Savaarakr pleaded in his address for a Hindu National Front’ and appealed to communal minded person to boycott congress by stopping all kinds of monetary helps to it in running its affairs.

DOI: 10.22271/27069109.2020.v2.i2c.58

Pages: 130-133 | Views: 53 | Downloads: 21

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Dr. Madhu Kant Jha. Left and communal problem: India (1925-47). Int J Hist 2020;2(2):130-133. DOI: 10.22271/27069109.2020.v2.i2c.58
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