SSC MCQ Question Ans. Movement for Right to Self-Determination in Bengal during the British Period. The Bengalees never accepted the foreign English rulers. As a result, the peasants of this country grew rebellious immediately after the war at Palashi. The soldiers and the kings (or feudal lords) of the country declared the independence of the country after a hundred years. Afterward, the young people educated in a western manner raised a great movement for independence and right to self-determination.
The young people of Bengal shook the foundation of English rulers by introducing a sort of armed struggle. In the struggles for independence and self-governance of the subcontinent, they played the most dignified role. The history of the pride and sacrifice of the Bengalis and also of the Indians in the first struggle for independence in 1857 has been discussed in this chapter.
SSC MCQ Question Ans. Movement for Right to Self Determination in Bengal during the British Period
The great armed movement led mainly by the common soldiers or spahis which developed in the Northern and Eastern parts of India a hundred of years after the war at Palashi is called the first independence movement of India. The long political and economic injustice, social dishonor, violation of the religious sentiment, and above all, a disparity towards the Indian soldiers- all these created the background of great mutiny or the first independence struggle. The reasons behind the first independence struggle are stated below.
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