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Indian National Movement-Extremists


      Freedom Movement-Extremists
No. Extremists
1. The period from 1905-1920 is called the age of Extremists.
2. The prominent extremist leaders were Bal Gangadhara Tilak, Lala Lajapati Roy, Bipin Chandra Pal and Aravinda Ghosh.
3. Ban Gangadhara Tilak, Lala Lajapathi Roy, Bipin Chandra Pal are popularly called Lal-Bal-Pal Trio.
4. The Indian Councils Act 1892 did not sanction expected administrative powers to Indians.
5. This made some of the Congress leaders to follow extremist policies.
6. Bal Gangadhara Tilak gave a call "Militancy not Mendicancy".
7. Lord Curzon is also responsible for the rise of extremism.
8. The policies of Curzon such as Partition of Bengal, increasing control over universities, ending the self-government in Calcutta Corporation led the growth of extremism.
9. The concept of Swaraj in the minds of some national leaders led to the rise of extrimism.
10. In 1905 Gopala Krishna Gokhale and in 1906 Dadabhai Naoroji declared that the Swaraj must be the goal of Congress.
11. International events such as defeat of Italy by Ethiopea, defeat of Russia by Japan in 1905 encouraged the growth of extremism.
      
Extrimists Bal Gangadhar Tilak Bipin Chandrapal
Lala Lajapathi Roy Vandemataram Movement Reunification of Bengal
Home Rule Movement Surath congress Lucknow Pact

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