civil disobedience

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    Subhrodeep Sen

    49 weeks ago

    Civil disobedience is the deliberate, professed refusal of the person to comply with certain rules, requests, instructions or orders of the government. By some interpretations, civil disobedience must be non-violent in order to be called civil disobedience. Civil disobedience is often often referred to as peaceful demonstrations or non-violent resistance.


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    Rahul

    102 weeks ago

    Civil Disobedience movement(1930-1934) had 2 phases. One before Gandhi-Irwin Pact and second after 2nd RTC. Because of signing of Gandhi Irwin pact, Gandhi agreed to discontinue civil disobedient movement.