Question

While opposing the Public Safety Bill, 1928 who among the following said that it was 'a direct attack on Indian nationalism, on the Indian National Congress' and as 'the Slavery of India, Bill No. 1' ?

A

Motilal Nehru

B

Lala Lajpat Rai

C

T Prakasam

D

Diwan Chaman Lal

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Solution

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Correct option is A)

Motilal Nehru said that it was 'a direct attack on Indian nationalism, on the Indian National Congress' and as 'the Slavery of India, Bill No. 1'. The Public Safety bill1928 was passed to curb the activities of socialists and communists. It was mainly to stop Communist movement in India by cutting it off from British & foreign communist organizations.

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