The Chauri-Chaura Incident Took Place on

  1. 13 March, 1922
  2. 5 February, 1922
  3. 3 March, 1922
  4. 5 May, 1922
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 13th September 2015 in History.
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Answer: (1) 13 March, 1922

The Chauri-Chaura Incident Took Place on 13 March, 1922.  On  13 March, 1922, a British Government police Choki was set fire by Indian in chaura chauri and burnt alive 22 policemen hidden there. Then Gandhi ji said that “the non-cooperation movement, is not appropriate due to Violence” so he was drawn the non-cooperative movement. The non-cooperative movement was led by Mahatma Gandhi in September 1920. After the event Chauri Chaura Incident Mahatma Gandhi back the non-cooperative movement.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 15th September 2015.
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