What were the aims of Non-Co­operation Movement?

The aims of Non-Co­operation Movement :

  • In 1920, the Congress adopted the new programme of non-violent Non-Co-operation under the leadership of Gandhiji.


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  • The aim of the Non-Co-operation Movement was to redress the wrongs done to Punjab and Turkey and the attainment of Swaraj.
  • The Non-Co-operation movement was to proceed in stages beginning with the renunciation of titles, to be followed by the boycott of the Legisla­ture, Law Courts and Educational Institutions and the campaign of non-payment of taxes.
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