THE ANTI-PARTITION MOVEMENT(1905-1911)
NAME –ARATRIK DAS
CLASS-BA LLB (A)
ROLL NO.- 024
UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES
COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES
The Anti-Partition movement (1905-1911):
An Effort To Understand The behavior, charectar and backgroud of the movement
NAME OF THE FACULTY:
Dr. Vinita Singh
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This is to certify that ARATRIK DAS, student of BA LL.B (Hons.), I semester has successfully completed the Dissertation on the project titled “THE ANTI-PARTITION MOVEMENT: An Effort To Understand The behavior, charectar and backgroud of the movement under my guidance and supervision is an original work of student and is being submitted in partial fulfillment for the award of Integrated BA LL.B (Hons.) from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies for the requirement of the course of study w.e.f. August 2012-2017. This report has not been submitted earlier to University of Petroleum and Energy Studies or any other University/Institute for the fulfillment of the requirement of the course of study. Also no part of this project may be used an reproduced by other, either accidentally or commercially without the written consent of author and his/her mentor/supervisor. Signature of Student
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PLAN OF PARTITION
MOTIVE OF THE PARTITION
REACTION TO THE PARTITION
SPREAD OF SWADESHI MOVEMENT ACROSS INDIA
IMPACT OF SWADESHI MOVEMENT
CRITICSM OF THE MOVEMENT
ANNULMENT OF THE PARTITION
The early twentieth century were stormy. This was the time when the greatest disaster in history took place. The political scenario has undergone a change. The British began to feel a little uncomfortable. The simmering discontent. Political discontent has been growing due to the government's inability to organize effective relief during the plague and famine. To stem the discontent, the British played political asset with great aplomb.For the first time, they used their political divide and conquer game with great force. From 1870, the British began to encourage Hindus and Muslims to form their own political parties to establish their distinct religious identities. This was perhaps the beginning of the municipalization of the policy. Colombia is not only encouraged the two communities to form political parties along religious lines, they have taken several positive steps to create a situation in which Hindus and Muslims would be forced to think of a way that if their identity religion is in peril. This effort led to the partition of Bengal in 1905. West Bengal, Orissa and Bihar was on one side and the former East Bengal and Assam was on the other. The score was made along communal lines. This score gave impetus to the religious divide and, as a result of this, All India Muslim League and All India Hindu Mahasabha was formed. Both organizations aim to inflame communal passions.
Partition of Bengal in 1905 made October 16 in the Viceroyalty of Lord Curzon (1899-1905), proved to be a momentous event in the history of modern Bengal. The...
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