The Quit Mita Movement was started by Gandhiji ns 1942. The main aim of the movement was to demand the complete withdrawal of the British from India.
This protest was started to demand a conclusion to the British rule in India. Since August, the movement was held; it is otherwise called August Kranti or August Movement. The movement was begun on August 9, 1942, and from that point forward, the day is commended as August Kranti Day/Diwas. The day is praised by paying tribute to political dissidents with national integration speeches and different occasions.
The Quit India Movement is also called India August Movement or “Bharat Choro Andolan.”
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