1930-1934 Timeline

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1930-1934 Timeline
1 1st Roundtable Conference 1930
1.1 Gandhi-Irwin Pact March 1931
1.1.1 2nd Roundtable Conference Sept 1931 Communal Award August 1932 Gandhi rearrested, Civil Disob restarts 3rd Round Table Conf Nov 1932 Individual Civil Disobedience 1933-34 Congress made announcement that people should feel free to take responsibility of own civil disobedience 1000s took part, whilst Congress could take no blame Action crushed by mass arrest and repression 100,000 arrested as a result of civil disob as a whole Nationalists lost respect for British Had Greater success than anticipated Brits still didnt know how to deal with Gandhi Increased participation and support - people can campaign for whatever they want Pointless Scarcely attended No major parties/majorites No agreement British Raj grants emergency powers Gandhi arrested Then released on health grounds due to fasting Advised Congress to end civil disob and requested that Govt release prisoners Both requests refused Shows limits of Gandhi's power Sets out rights to separate representation for minorities Gave reserved seats Gandhi fully opposed this, believed Congress was best place for Dalits Gandhi fasted in protest of this Similar purpose as first conference well-attended by all Gandhi is only rep of Congress Claims to speak for all Indians/parties Caused anger among other parties Ends without agreement on political protection of different religious communities Gandhi strongly against idea of reserved seats Saw Congress as umbrella party
1.1.2 Gandhi Agreed to End Civil Disobedience Partake in next roundtable conference
1.1.3 Irwin Agreed to Hold an inquiry into Police brutality Release political prisoners not guilty of violence Make all future changes in India's interest
1.1.4 SUGGESTION Gandhi holds same amount of power as viceroy
1.2 Aim: to settle India's future
1.2.1 Held in house of Lords Included Muslims, Sikhs, Christians and Dalits No Gandhi/Congress Needed to get council agreement before making laws 2 points of Agreement British India and Princely India should be linked Reserved seats should be given

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