Civil Disobedience Movement: Second Phase
Gandhi could not achieve any practical success and returned from London on 28 December 1931.
Lord Irwin was replaced by Lord Willingdon as the Viceroy of India and he revived again the repressive policy of the government.
The moment Gandhiji reached India; he was arrested along with many other leaders.
In this circumstance, Gandhi decided to revive the Civil Disobedience Movement and it was again started in January 1932.
All important Congress leaders were arrested, their property was confiscated, and the Congress organization was declared illegal.
All important Congress leaders were arrested, their property was confiscated, the Congress organization was declared illegal.
Officially the Movement was brought to an end in 1934.
All sections of the people joined the movement to break the British laws.