Indian Independence Day History: 5 Strong Reason For That India Gained Independence From British:
If You Think that Mahatma Gandhi Gives us Independence, then You are incorrect here, I Bring 5 Strong Reasons, That Proved That Our History Totally Fake and Written Some Puppets
Bhagat Singh: Jailed, tormented and hanged.
Veer Savarkar: Jailed and tormented forever.
Subhas Chandra Bose: Thrown out of the nation.
Lala Lajpat Rai: Beaten to death.
Chandra Shekhar Azad: Beaten to death.
Gandhi: Royal treatment in prison.
Nehru: Wrote books in prison.
What’s more, what do schools instruct?
“Gandhi and Nehru give Independence to India”
5 Strong Reasons For India Independence:
1.Rise of Revolutionaries Against British:
Indian Independence Movement was done by numerous gatherings, associations, administrations, Dynasties and individuals. They Carried out the Movement relying upon their belief system. Some took after the way of Non Violence and other trusted that Britishers must be pursued out of India by the methods of Voilence. The individuals who took after the way of Voilence (precisely aggression) were known as Extremists and other were known as conservatives. Indian’s Revolutionaries who Died For Mother Land Known as Khudiram Bose,Veer Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Subhas Chandra Bose, Sukhdev, Rajguru, Surya Sen and Many More.
After the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre, British were extremely Scared and subsequently they lifted Gandhi as Leader of Congress in 1921 (Congress was at any rate British creation itself). British sustained Gandhi as a mass pioneer with “Non Voilence” so Indians tailed him and could never revolt. The British made a situation where any Serious revolt would be Punished (that is the reason Bhagat Singh and others were disposed of), yet at whatever point Gandhi utilized Non Violence Method, they would bow down to him, giving an impression to artless masses that Non Violence Movement is ground-breaking and Gandhi is powerful pioneer. In this way, naturally, everybody began following Gandhi since he was the main Leader who could complete the work his purported “Non Violence”. Along these lines, the British could deal with the entire opportunity development with Gandhi, and Nehru as their Obedient Servent.
2.The World War 1
It isn’t second world war, it is really both world war-1 and 2. These two world wars buried British colonial era in to deep ocean. It is notable that any long haul war is bad to the point that it makes more noteworthy financial coercion any nation. For Britain, it began with world war-1. It is comprehended that the British economy was on the decrease since 1850. Shockingly, Britain did not have enough assets During the WW-1 and existing assets were depleting constantly. Keeping in mind the end goal to subsidize the war, Britain needed to fund-raise through burden of higher expenses, offering war securities and obtaining from different nations like US. The War left Britain with >£3bn Debt. It is astounding that no legislature since the 1930s has repayed these bonds. Indeed, even today, there are around 125,000 holders, some of whom may have acquired them from guardians or relatives who got them During World War One. The proceeded with presence of the war bond obligation is perhaps the distinctive representation of the enduring shadow cast by WW-1 on Britain.
In spite of the fact that Britain was at last successful, the impacts of war would be felt for a long time to come. Outside exchange, a key part of the British economy, had been gravely harmed by the war. Nations cut off from the supply of British merchandise had been compelled to develop their own particular Industries so they were never again dependent on Britain and every outside industry began contending with Britain specifically after the war. This managed enormous hit to British businesses. In 1920/21, Britain had encountered the one of the most profound subsidences in its history.
3.Rise Of Subhash Chandra Bose (INA ARMY)
Earlier governments were administrations of concealment and of thrashing. The Congress government effectively misshaped the whole history of the Indian freedom Movement, which began from the 1857 sepoy uprising.
You won’t Find any Mention of Bhagat Singh, Khudiram Bose, Mangal Pandey and even Bal Gangadhar Tilak. All commitments made by these national symbols host been pulverized by the Congress Party.
Be that as it may, we read about these opportunity warriors in our history course readings.
Just a Mention, their commitment has not been appropriately displayed in history Book. In the event that you read precisely, the INA and Netaji’s portrayal in history course readings is just a Half of a page.
Everyone contributed towards the Freedom Movement, yet the last nail in the pine box was a result of the INA and Netaji and the ensuing INA preliminary which was held at the Red Fort in 1946, which totally pulverized the steadfastness and loyalty of the British (Indian) military.
This is precisely why the British needed to give up India, and these are not my words, but rather that of Lord Clement Atlee who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain During that time.
In 1956, Lord Atlee had come to Calcutta and he was living with Dr P B Chakravarty, who was likewise Cheif Justice of the Calcutta high court. Justice Chakravarty asked Lord Atlee for what valid reason they (the British) left India in the wake of winning the Second World War.
Atlee said the British needed to leave in light of the fact that (there were questions about) the dependability and fidelity of British Indian powers, that there might be a revolt inside the British Indian Army. So they needed to empty India.
This reality is no place said in any of the course books of the Government of India or the National Book Trust. Nothing is there.
The opportunity development in India had been increasing huge help in India and it was ending up progressively hard to counter it without a gigantic military intercession. The British, after the WW2 was not in a situation to complete another full scale war with a nation which was as expansive as India.
4.The World War 2
World War II profoundly affected the frontier powers since it totally demolished their economies. In spite of the fact that Hitler perpetrated Crimes against humankind, I give him credit—and not Gandhi—for India’s freedom instantly after World War II. Hitler demolished the economies of Britain and France to such a degree, to the point that they were never again ready to monetarily keep up their military powers, and were henceforth unequipped for containing the blossoming opportunity developments in their states. It is important that Britain was could be better that it got around one-fourth of the aggregate guide given under the Marshall Plan. Notwithstanding Gandhi or some other magnetic pioneer, Britain would have left India in 1947 only for budgetary reasons, because of its completely crumbled economy.
After WWII, Britain not only left India as well as Other Holding Regions, incorporating Jordan in 1946, Palestine in 1947, Sri Lanka in 1948, Myanmar in 1948, Egypt in 1952 and Malaysia in 1957. For a similar reason, France likewise needed to Grant freedom to Laos in 1949 and Cambodia in 1953, and needed to leave Vietnam in 1954; Netherlands additionally left the vast majority of its settlements called Dutch East Indies, for the most part Indonesia in 1949. Had there been no Hitler and no World War II, it most likely would have taken another at least 30 years for India and some of the other colonies to achieve independence
English history specialists P.J. Cain and A.G. Hopkins depicted the miserable circumstance of the British in India as takes after:
Before the finish of war, there was lost reason at the simple focal point of the royal framework. The honorable chairmen who dealt with the Raj never again had the heart to devise new moves against expanding chances, not minimum in light of the fact that after 1939 most of the Indian Civil Service were themselves Indian. In 1945 the new Viceroy, Wavell, remarked on the “shortcoming and exhaustion of the significance of the instrument still our transfer in the state of the British component in the Indian Civil Service. The town had been lost to adversaries of the Raj; the field had slipped out of hand. Broad discontent in the armed force was followed in 1946 by an insurrection in the naval force. It was then Wavell, the unfortunate messenger, answered to London that India had turned out to be ungovernable [which at last prompted the freedom of India]
5.The Royal Indian Navy Mutiny:
On 18th Feb 1946, Indian Ratings Abroad ship and shore foundations in Bombay harbor mutinied. From the underlying flashpoint in Bombay, the insurrection spread found support throughout British India, from Karachi to Calcutta and eventually came to include 78 ships, 20 shore foundations and 20,000 mariners. The fomentations, mass strikes, exhibits and thus bolster for the mutineers, along these lines proceeded with a few days even after the uprising had been canceled
All through the Raj, the British were exceptionally Dependent on the British Indian Army to guarantee their govern won. This mutiny made it clear to them that they could no longer rely on that support.its Forced to British to Leave India and Aftermath They Announced Indian Independence..