contribution of National leaders.

contribution of National leaders.

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  • Gandhi and many others found the imposition of the salt tax and the restrictions on salt production unfair so he decided to protest against them.
  • After air and water, salt is the greatest necessity of human need.
  • Gandhi ji organised a salt march including 78 others along with thousands of people all over India, on 12of March, 1930 to protest against The British rule. Finally, they reach their destination after 3 weeks.
  • A battle of right against might!
  • At the end of the march, Gandhi ji picked up some grains of salt from the seashore and took a pledge, Gandhi pledged to give up the satyagraha campaign, and agreed to release those who had been imprisoned during it and to allow Indians to make salt for domestic use.
  • With these crystals of salt, I am going to shake the base of the British empire.
  • Following the salt march, 80,000 Indians along with Gandhi were jailed.
  • but, the British administration eventually relented, and invited Gandhi to London to discuss the reforms in India.
  • Gandhi's salt march got wide news coverage and proved to be a turning point in the history of India's independent movement that led to independence in 1947'th.
  • WITH THIS SIMPLE ACT OF STANDING UP AGAINST INJUSTICE, GANDHI SHOOK THE FOUNDATION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE IN INDIA. HESHOWED THAT BY WORKING TOGETHER, PEOPLE OF CONVICTION AND COURAGE, EVEN IF EACHONE IS AS SMALL AND POWERLESS AS A GRAIN OF SALT, CAN MAKE AN ENORMOUS DIFFERENCE.
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