After which incident, Mahatma Gandhi had called Non-cooperation Movement as his “Himalayan Blunder?

(A) Chauri-Chaura
(B) Kheda Satyagraha
(C) Nagpur Satyagraha
(D) Rajkot Satyagraha

Correct Answer : Chauri-Chaura
Question Asked : 56th to 59th BPSC (Pre) 2015
Explanation : Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was among India’s most fervent Nationalists, fighting for Indian Independence against British rule. He started Non-Cooperation Movement in 1920 the first campaign at National level. In 1922, during the worst incident, 22 policemen trapped inside their station during the protest in a town called Chauri-Chaura, were burned to death. After this incident, Mahatma Gandhi called off the Non-cooperation Movement and called it as his ‘Himalayan Blunder” or a big mistake.
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