When did the Kashmiri freedom movement against Dogra rule begin, prior to the partition of the sub-continent?
- a) 1940
- b) 1930
- c) 1920
- d) 1928
Right Answer: option_b • 1930
The freedom movement against the Dogra rule in Jammu and Kashmir began prior to the partition of the subcontinent, in the 1930s. The movement was a response to the perceived oppression and injustices faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir under the rule of the Dogra dynasty, which had been in power since the 19th century. The movement was led by various political and social organizations, including the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference (later renamed the National Conference), and was driven by a desire for greater political and economic freedom, as well as increased representation in the government. The movement gained momentum in the years leading up to the partition of India and ultimately played a role in shaping the political future of Jammu and Kashmir.
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