Why Was Gandhi Arrested?


Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi has been arrested on three occasions. In the year 1918, he was arrested for creating unrest amongst villagers in a bid to improve their living conditions. In 1922 Mahatma was arrested once again for promoting boycotts and charged with sedition, being jailed for 2 years. He was later arrested in 1942 for obstructing British efforts in World War II.
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