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What was the beginning of the peasants' liberation from fear of the British ? Write your answer with reference to the farmers of Champaran.
Why is Champaran episode considered to be the beginning of the Indian struggle for independence ?
When a report came to Gandhiji that a peasant had been maltreated in a nearby village, he started out to see him. But the police stopped him and served him a notice to leave Champaran immediately. He decided not to obey the British. Then he was summoned to the court. Hearing this, peasants came to Motihari in large number to support their champion. Now Gandhiji declared that gathering in thousands around the court house was the beginning of their liberation from fear of the British. Thus, Champaran episode was considered to be the beginning of the Indian struggle for independence.
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