With reference to Indian freedom struggle, consider the following events:

  1. Mutiny in Royal Indian Navy
  2. Quit India Movement launched
  3. Second Round Table Conference

What is the correct chronological sequence of the above events?

[UPSC Civil Services Exam – 2017 Prelims]

(a) 1-2-3

(b) 2-1-3

(c) 3-2-1

(d) 3-1-2


Answer: (c)

Explanation:

Event Details
Second Round Conference The conference was held in September 1931. Indian National Congress was represented by Gandhi and Indian women were represented by Sarojini Naidu. Other attendees included Madan Mohan Malaviya, Ghanshyam Das Birla, Muhammad Iqbal, Sir Mirza Ismail Diwan of Mysore, S K Dutta and Sir Syed Ali Imam.
Quit India Movement The movement was launched on August 8, 1942, during World War II, by Gandhi, demanding an end to British Rule of India. It is also known as August revolution (August Kranti).
Royal Indian Navy Mutiny On February 18, 1946, non-commissioned officers and sailors, known as Ratings, serving in the Royal Indian Navy, mutinied against the British Officers. The mutiny began as a strike by the ratings to protest against the hardship regarding pay, food, and racial discrimination.

Therefore, option (c) is the correct answer.

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