Non-Cooperation Movement was launched in 1920. Explain when it was ended?

(A) 1920
(B) 1921
(C) 1922
(D) 1924

Correct Answer : 1922
Question Asked : MPPCS (Pre) 2006, UPPCS (Pre) 1990
Explanation : The Chauri-Chaura episode took place on February 5, 1922 and after hearing of this incident, Gandhiji called up a meeting of Congress Working Committee on February 12, 1922 and passed a resolution, which is popularly known as Bardoli resolution, in which Gandhi announced the withdrawal of the Non-cooperation Movement. At the time of Chauri-Chaura incident, Gandhiji was at Bardoli (Gujarat), where he was preparing to start a Civil Disobedience Movement.
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