what are the limits of civil disobedience?
The limitations of Civil- disobedience movement were:-
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1. Not all social groups were moved by the abstract concepts of Gandhiji. The untouchables or 'Dalits' found themselves alienated from the national movement.
The following were the limitations of the Civil Disobedience Movement:
It's notion of swaraj did not move the Dalits to join the movement as they desired political emancipation along with social upliftment. Their apprehension was heightened by Gandhi's refusal to concede a separate electorate for Dalits. This limited the appeal of the movement in places like Maharashtra where Dalit movement and organisations were strong.
A section of the Muslim community had been alienated from the Congress after the decline of Khilafat movement. The Congress was also perceived to be associating with Hindu nationalist groups. This ensured that Muslim participation in the movement was restricted.
An atmosphere of distrust and suspicion pervaded the relations between the communities. Muslim intellectuals were apprehensive of their status in Hindu majority India.
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