Swadhinata Sangrame Bharater Jatiyo Congress by Amalesh Tripathi

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Author – Amalesh Tripathi,
Time – (1885-1947),

Swadhinata Sangrame Bharater Jatiya Congress 1885-1947.

 Author Amalesh Tripathi has written this invaluable book Swadhinata Sangrame Bharater Jatiya Congress
The Congress played a special role in the independence movement of India. Although the precedent of events is fairly preserved, the history recorded in this text is not descriptive, but analytical. No event is significant individually. As a result of association or conflict with many events in a larger context, its historical value is determined. In the context in which the author has analyzed in this book, it can be said that there are various descriptions of the movement of population growth, social stratification, political power structure and cultural thinking that emerged in real and social picture at that time. The psychology behind political doctrines and actions. The author has tried to give some reactions to the role of the National Congress in the Indian independence movement based on that view and theory of action.

Although people are usually rational, they do not do irrational things. It is not driven by emotion, it is not. Behind him works anger, jealousy, desire for victory and fear of defeat. Although the melody of the freedom struggle was hindered at a very high level, the deviation from it happened in a humane manner. Crowd psychology has been at work since the time people took to the stage.

He was able to lead the three mass movements that the great leader Gandhiji had planned. But in some cases, people did not want to follow suit. However, the independence of the country is the main thing, in that case he became united with Gandhiji’s movement and sided with him in the Indian independence movement. In this book, the author Amalesh Babu has highlighted various aspects of the general left and has analyzed the leftist thinking by referring to it as too mechanical. He made it clear that mechanical Marxist class-based analysis could not always be done in a country with a large fragmented caste, language and religious conflict, and that the various stages of the national struggle could not be judged on its basis. Bipin Chandra and other leftists are also debating the role of moderates and national bourgeoisie in the national struggle. The extent to which the people’s revolution in 1945-47 was possible or successful does not match that of historians like Sumit Sarkar like Bipanchandra. The second party thinks that the ideology of the Congress is a mask. Much like the Cambridge Group. They do not try to understand Gandhiji, at first they indulged Nehru, but later they started slandering him.

Like the role of the global mandate in violating the laws of 1930 to 1931. In the last phase, the immense political value of business growth and capital investment in Indian enterprises, as well as the problem of British business contraction and stabilizing debts, is manifested in numerical theory.

The application of numerology has also shown how the political parties have increased their power in various elections, especially the Muslim League, Bengal will open up, and how the infiltration of the Scheduled Castes has upset the political balance. The ups and downs of the peasant class of Bengal, the difference between the peasant solidarity of East and West Bengal. Increase in the number of landless farm laborers due to special reasons. Communal clashes or demands for partition of Bengal cannot be understood. Overall, numerology is one of the main components of this book.

At that time M K Gandhi ji called for political liberation, but some did not go as he wished. They mixed their economic shortcomings with their political goals. Again, the demands of the people at all levels were not the same. As a result, contradictions began to appear in some cases. The leadership of the middle class Congress could not settle the disputes of the rich and the workers, the landlords and peasants, the big peasants and the small peasants / landless. He was joined by disputes over provincial leadership and national leadership. Conflicts between Gokhale and Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Surendranath and Chittaranjan Das have been noticed on the Bangamancha of the National Congress.

Disputes over national policy have arisen between Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, Motilal Nehru and Gandhiji, sometimes between Gandhiji and Jaharlal Nehru, and sometimes between Mahatma Gandhiji and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. However, the Congress of that day was able to give a unity to the national struggle. Because of all the personal, caste, class conflicts, the urge to get rid of the British imperialist rule and colonial rule became bigger.

Congress leaders at the time called on the countrymen to “break the bonds as hard as they are.” The main role of the Congress was to carry the message of death. On that day, revolutionaries and communists, Brahmins and Shudras, peasants, laborers and tribals, peasants and millionaires, industrialists, Bengalis and Punjabis, Hindus and Muslims could not help but respond to his call.

Under the influence of that Congress period, today it is worn out, torn in organizational disunity, obsessed with moral laxity, isolated from mass communication in different parts of India, in different provinces. Yet it would be a historic mistake to see the Congress of that day in the light of its consequences.

That Congress has removed the shame of our subjugation. It is our responsibility to build a free society.

In the current political context of India, the present government is engaged in the aggressive policy of British imperialism and the feudal policy, the caste and religious struggle, the conspiracy to divide the country and the conspiracy to benefit one class.
In the same way that the Congress was determined to save the people of subjugated India from the misery, the filth of subjugation, the famine, the wailing and the racial struggle, today’s Congress is equally committed and determined to protect the integrity of the country.

So let us all come forward to maintain democracy, equality and unity of the country and to protect it from religious hatred, strengthen the hand of the Congress and be immersed in the mantra of making the country the best in the world again. In order to revive the ideology of the National Congress, to keep the integrity of the country in the forefront of Gandhiji’s ideology, we are bound by the same formula in his mantra.

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