QUIT INDIA: A MOVEMENT OF MASS PARTICIPATION
Keywords:British Rule, Quit India Movement, Evacuation, Struggle for freedom
The thirst for opportunity ran through the veins of every Indian during the Quit India movement, resulting in a huge surge of popular
cooperation. India is less established than at any other time throughout history due to its opportunities. The development inspired a greater sense of possibility than ever before, exploding like a gigantic flame across the country and hitting every Indian heart. "Whatever the results, India's true security and England's security rest in intentional and convenient British disengagement from India," Gandhiji stated in an article issued on April twenty-sixth, 1942. He outlined the theory which would develop into his 'Quit India' programme. The concept entirely consumed Gandhiji once it had been developed. He began to commit this time to the refinement and recreation of his proposition, which became recognised as the "Quit India" plea.