The Bhagat Singh Massacre: The Quit India Movement

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Gandhi and many others protested silently without using the materials that were provided by britain. (Movie)

The Indian leaders and even the common people of India suffered a lot during the independence. (Wikipedia)

Gandhi was arrested more than 10 times by violating the rules the British created. (Movie)1

It is known that Bhagat singh was a great warrior and a big threat to the British, however Gandhi believed that he was a “misguided youth”. Bhagat Singh was captured and was hanged in 1931. (Wikipedia)

The British used to loot the shops at night, a large number of people were shooted and many were captured and imprisoned. (Mocomi)

The Jallianwala bagh massacre, caused over 1000 casualties in a day. The massacre happened when over
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Although India was struggling to get independence for a long time (almost 200 years), the last stages of independence applied Gandhi’s method. Gandhi’s policy of nonviolence and civil resistance. (Indiafolks)

Whereas, in many other districts, other warriors such as Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, and Queen of Jhansi fought with the British in order to gain independence. (Wikipedia)

When the WW1 broke out, the Indians offered the British their loyalty, even the Pro-Independence government who wanted the british to go away. (Wikipedia)

Before 1829, there was a custom, that if a woman’s husband dies, then the widow commits suicide which something every widow would do. (Wikipedia)

Before 1929, some used to bury their daughters alive, as they are a burden and won’t be any help to them in the future. (Independent)

The Constitution of India only recently started to provide reservations for disadvantaged sections in education, employment and political representation.
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According to a report by Human Rights Watch, "Dalits and other casts (known as Scheduled Tribes or adivasis) continue to face discrimination, exclusion, and acts of communal violence. (Amnestyusa)

India has a total area of 3287263 km2 (Wikipedia)

India is rich in minerals such as iron, coal, mineral oil, manganese, bauxite and chromites. (Importantindia)

Article One (right to equality), article three (Right to life, liberty and personal security), article four (Freedom from slavery), article 26 (right to education), these are the human rights that India in the current day is violating. (UMN)

“Right to equality”, there is equality in the country but there is still a percent of India’s population that is not treated as the other indians are treated, for example the dalits.

Only the rich people in India can get personal security, so many indians have no personal security.

So many people are still in debt and therefore give their kids to the owners as a form of the debt.

A percent of India’s population doesn’t go to school as they can’t afford

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