What was the effect of non cooperation movement on plantation workers?​

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What was the effect of non cooperation movement on plantation workers?​

Tryphena 1 year 2021-08-18T18:50:40+00:00 0

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    2021-08-18T18:51:45+00:00

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    • The Non-cooperation Movement was conceptualised as a non- violent, resistance of the British rule. However, it developed a violent streak.

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    • The plantation workers in Assam worked under very strict rules and regulations. As per the Inland Immigration Act of 1859, the plantation workers were rarely allowed to leave the tea gardens without permission and were seldom allowed to go back homes.

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    2021-08-18T18:52:24+00:00

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    When they heard of the Non-Cooperation Movement, thousands of workers defied the authorities, left the plantations and headed home. They believed that Gandhi Raj was coming and everyone would be given land in their own villages. They, however, never reached their destination. Stranded on the way by a railway snd streamer strike, they were caught by the police and brutally beaten up.

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