What was the anti-partition movement?

The Anti-Partition movement was a movement initiated on 7 August 1905 to protest against the partition of Bengal. The leaders of the protest movement declared it to be a day of national mourning throughout Bengal.

The Anti-Partition Movement brought about a qualitative change in the Indian National Movement. It attracted a vast mass of the Indian population, regardless of class or caste distinction, into the mainstream of nationalist political activity.

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