‘Pal-Dadhvav Massacre’ was held at which present-day Indian state?
Answer with explanationAnswer: Option D
The Gujarat government marked 100 years of the Pal-Dadhvav killings, citing it as a massacre “bigger than the Jallianwala Bagh”.The killings had also been featured on the state’s Republic Day tableau.
The massacre took place on March 7, 1922, in the Pal-Chitariya and Dadhvaav villages of Gujarat. When Villagers gathered as part of the ‘Eki movement’, led by Motilal Tejawat, around 1000 were shot down by the British. Their aim was to protest against the land revenue tax.
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