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Mohunduras Ghandi His Vital Role in Indias Independence Mohunduras Ghandi was a man that the world thought could never exist He believed strongly in all things that were good and to him there were no two ways about it Leading the Indian people spiritually and morally he inspired them to fight for Home Rule in which they achieved He gave them courage to fight against Britain and to work along side of the Muslims The Congress supported by Gandhi and the Muslim League were opposites but Gandhi insisted that they work along side each other He tried and to an extent they did but the end result was an independent Pakistan for the Muslim League and an independent India for the Congress Mohunduras Gandhi was the striving force behind India to become an independent country In 1945 a change in the British government occurred The Labour Party took office in England having a clear majority over the other parties This meant that dealing with India now could be a priority but it was difficult to convince the Indian Congress Leaders that Britain actually wanted to give over control to the Indians A lot of questions remained such as why the change now Also since Britain was just starting to recover from World War II would this issue just be pushed aside until their own affairs are looked after Ghandi was hopeful yet a bit scepticalAttenborough Those of us who had been hammering on the doors of the India Office for years past had an impression of a great change of attitude Up to 1945 she had felt that the attitude of official Britain was of course we are ready to bring the Congress leadersor more likely they would say The Hindu
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