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The Meerut Conspiracy Case, in which 27 accused persons were defended by Jawaharlal Nehru and K.N. Katju, related to the members of the

 The Meerut Conspiracy Case, in which 27 accused persons were defended by Jawaharlal Nehru and K N Katju, related to the members of the 

a) Communist Party

b) Indian National Congress

c) Hindu Mahasabha

d) Ghadar Party

Answer. a) Communist Party

About Meerut Conspiracy Case (1929-1933):

The following are key facts related to the Meerut Conspiracy Case:

The Meerut Conspiracy Case slowed down the growth of the Communist Party.

Three Englishmen were arrested for organizing an Indian railway strike.

S.A. Dange, Shaukat Usmani, and Muzaffar Ahmed were persons charged in the Meerut Conspiracy case.

Jawaharlal Nehru and K.N. Katju defended the accused in the Meerut Conspiracy Case in Allahabad High Court in 1933.

About the Communist Party:

The Communist Party of India (CPI) was formed in 1920 in Tashkent ( Uzbekistan) by M.N. Roy and Abani Mukherjee. However, it was formed officially in 1925 in India by M.N Roy. 

In 1925, the first conference of the Communist Party of India ( CPI) was organized in Kanpur

The Communist Party was formed in 1925. 

In 1934, Britisher banned the Communist Party.

About Ghadar Party:

Ghadar Party was formed in 1913 by Lala Hardayal in Sanfansciso, USA. It was initially known as the Pacific Coast Hindustan Association. 

The Ghadar party was a revolutionary group and its weekly Newspaper name was "the Ghadar".

About Hindu Mahasabha:

Hindu Mahasabha was founded by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and Lala Lajpat Rai in 1915.

About Indian National Congress (1885):

Indian National Congress was formed in 1885 with the help of AO Hume. WC Banerjee was the first president of the Indian National Congress, which was held in Bombay, with 72 delegates in attendance. 

The earlier objective of the Indian National Congress was to increase Indian participation in political affairs. Later, it upgraded its goal to complete independence.

In December 1929, under the Presidency of Jawaharlal Nehru, the Lahore session of the Indian National Congress formalized the demand for 'Purna Swaraj' or full independence for India. The first Purna Swaraj Diwas was observed throughout the country on 26th January 1930.

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