Which of the following statements are correct about upsurges during the INA Trials 
1. These upsurges were like direct and violent contact with authority 
2. The General INA agitation was confined to a few urban centres, but these upsurges were spread to remotest villages 
3. Only the more militant section could participate 
Choose from the following options.
  • a)
    1 and 2 Only
  • b)
    2 and 3 Only
  • c)
    1 and 3 Only
  • d)
    All of them
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

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Stepway Academy
Feb 12, 2022
  • These upsurges were like a direct and violent conflict with authority, which had obvious limitations.
  • Only the more militant sections could participate. 
  • These upsurges were short-lived and were confined to a few urban centres while the general INA agitation reached the remotest villages. Communal unity witnessed was more organizational than unity among the people. 
  • Muslim ratings went to the League to seek advice and the rest to the Congress and the Socialists.

These upsurges were like a direct and violent conflict with authority, which had obvious limitations. Only the more militant sections could participate.  These upsurges were short-lived and were confined to a few urban centres while the general INA agitation reached the remotest villages. Communal unity witnessed was more organizational than unity among the people.  Muslim ratings went to the League to seek advice and the rest to the Congress and the Socialists.
These upsurges were like a direct and violent conflict with authority, which had obvious limitations. Only the more militant sections could participate.  These upsurges were short-lived and were confined to a few urban centres while the general INA agitation reached the remotest villages. Communal unity witnessed was more organizational than unity among the people.  Muslim ratings went to the League to seek advice and the rest to the Congress and the Socialists.