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Multiple societies like the Society for acquiring General Knowledge was formed. This gave a platform for educated Indians to discuss ideas of democracy, civil rights and equality. Based on this context which of the following provides a conclusion?
  1. India lacked educated people and looked at the British for help.
  2. Educated Indians formed groups to discuss western ideas and injustice incurred upon them.
  3. Human rights and equality was provided during the British rule.
  4. People were divided into castes on the basis of education.


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The correct option is B Educated Indians formed groups to discuss western ideas and injustice incurred upon them.
In India, a series of societies were formed by the educated Indians. This provided a platform to discuss the western ideas of democracy, liberty, rationality, equality, civil rights, etc. The Indians identified the injustices meted out to them by the British. India did not lack educated people because the educated ones formed the backbone for the struggle to freedom. British implemented stringent caste system but the caste was not divided based on education. One of the major reason for the formation of societies was to voice against the human rights violation.

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