Daily Mcq day 78, Indian national Movement, For govt jobs preparation daily MCQ will be provided, most of the questions will be from the past question papers from UPSC, SSC, IBPS.

1. The song ‘Amar Sonar Bangla’ written during the Swadeshi movement of India inspired the liberation struggle of Bangladesh and was adopted as the National anthem of Bangladesh who wrote this song?

  • Rajnikant Sen
  • Mukunda Das
  • Rabindranath Tagore
  • Dwijendralal Raj

2. Who among the following rejected the title of knighthood and refused to accept a position in the council of secretary of state for India?

  • Motilal Nehru
  • MG Ranade
  • GK Gokhale
  • BG Tilak

3. During the Indian freedom struggle who of the following raised an army called ‘Free Indians legion’?

  • Lala hardayal
  • Rashbehari Bose
  • Subhash Chandra Bose
  • VD Savarkar

4. Who suggested the reconstitution of the viceroy’s executive council in which all the portfolios including that of war members were to be held by the Indian leaders?

  • Simon commission
  • Shimla conference
  • Cripps proposal
  • Cabinet mission

5. Who gave a systematic critique of the moderate politics of the Indian National Congress in a series of article entitled new lamps for old?

  • Aurobindo Ghosh
  • RC Dutt Syed
  • Ahmad Khan
  • Viraraghavachari

6. Who among the following used the phrase ‘UN-British’ to criticize the English colonial control of India?

  • Anand Mohan Bose
  • Badruddin tyabji
  • Dadabhai naoroji
  • Pherozeshah Shah Mehta

7. Who was the viceroy of India when the Rowlatt Act was passed?

  • Lord Irwin
  • Lord reading
  • Lord chelmsford
  • Lord Marvel

8. Who among the following Gandhi and followers was a teacher by profession?

  • A N Sinha
  • Braj Kishore Prasad
  • j B kripalani
  • Rajendra Prasad

9. Which one of the following was a journal brought out by the Abdul Kalam Azad?

  • Al Hilal
  • Comrade
  • The Indian socialist
  • zamindar

10. Where was the first session of Indian National Congress held in 1885?

  • Ahmedabad
  • Bombay
  • Calcutta
  • Delhi

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