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What was the impact of Quit India Movement?
Last Updated: 2nd April, 2020
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Moreover, what was the impact and significance of the Quit India Movement?
The most important effect of the Quit India Movement was that it made the British realise that in the context of the crippling effects of the Second World War on Britain's resources and the bitter opposition to its rule India, it would be very difficult to continue ruling the Indians.
Secondly, what was the agenda of Quit India Movement What was the result of this movement? The outcome of the movement was that Congress was declared an unlawful association and its offices all over the country were raided. The leaders were arrested and there rose a chaotic moment with this incident.
In this manner, what happened after Quit India movement?
The Cripps Mission had failed, and on 8 August 1942, Gandhi made a call to Do or Die in his Quit India speech delivered in Bombay at the Gowalia Tank Maidan. The Quit India campaign was effectively crushed. The British refused to grant immediate independence, saying it could happen only after the war had ended.
What were the causes of the Quit India Movement?
During this time the British were deriving heavy support from the Viceroy's Council, Muslims, the Communist Party, princely states, the Indian Army and the Civil Services. The reason why it was so easy for the British to crush the Quit India Movement was because of a weak coordination and no clear cut plan of action.