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  1 JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA. Legal & Constitutional History FACULTY OF LAW Assignment on Quit India movement. Mirza Azhar Hussain II nd Year B.A.LLb(hons) self-finance Roll no. 29 En. No. 16-5180 Under supervision: Dr. Mohammad Khalid.    2 JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA. Acknowledgement It gives me immense pleasure and gratitude to thank my Legal and Constitutional history teacher, Dr. Mohammad Khalid sir, who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful  project which helped me in doing a lot of research and I came to know about so many new things. I am really thankful to him. Secondly, I would also like to thank my class fellows and friends who helped me a lot in finalizing this project within the limited time frame. Yours sincerely, Mirza Azhar Hussain.  3 JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Brief discussion. Outspread of world war II. Failure of Cripps mission. Resolution for immediate independence.  No support to the movement. State of Suppression. Conclusion. Bibliography.  4 JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA. Introduction A t the outbreak of war in 1939 between Britain and Germany, India was also declared to be at war with Germany as it constituted part of the British Empire. The Congress took the view that while it opposed fascism, it could render no support to the British either: there was little to choose between the totalitarianism of the Nazis and the colonialism of the British. It was not with the consent of the Indian people that India was dragged into the war, nor was this India's war; moreover, the Congress expected, but could not procure, an unconditional offer of British withdrawal from India as a condition of its support. Consequently, neutrality was the official policy of the Congress. In an effort to bring the British to the negotiating table, Gandhi launched his 'Quit India' movement in August 1942, and issued from a large meeting ground in Bombay (since re-named  August Kranti   [revolution] Maidan ) the famous call to 'do or die': Indians were to wage one last struggle to achieve independence, or die in that attempt.
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