Which (3) statements describe the Salt March?

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Gandhi and thousands of his supporters walked apx 240 miles to the Arabian Sea to collect salt


Along the way, many peaceful protesters were beaten and jailed by the British


The march was triggered by the British applying a heavy salt tax on Indians


The march triggered the immediate independence of India


The march allowed the British to gain compassion for Indians, resulting in the removal of the tax on salt
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blackcatluck1 7 months ago
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Answer:

Gandhi and thousands of his supporters walked apx 240 miles to the Arabian Sea to collect salt

Along the way, many peaceful protesters were beaten and jailed by the British

The march was triggered by the British applying a heavy salt tax on Indians

Explanation:

The infamous British Salt Tax forbid indians from selling and buying salt from non British sellers. Outraged, Gandhi let a peaceful protest, leading many of his followers to the Arabian Sea to collect their own salt. Many marchers were arrested, including Gandhi himself.

Independence was a long battle, and British rule remained ruthless and cold for a while afterwards, but Gandhi's march inspired protest across India, leading to its eventual liberation.

I hope I was of some assistance!

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