Maharashtra Board Class 9 History Chapter 3 India’s Internal Challenges Solution

Maharashtra Board Class 9 History Solution Chapter 3 – India’s Internal Challenges

Balbharati Maharashtra Board Class 9 History Solution Chapter 3: India’s Internal Challenges. Marathi or English Medium Students of Class 9 get here India’s Internal Challenges full Exercise Solution.

Std

Maharashtra Class 9
Subject

History Solution

Chapter

India’s Internal Challenges


(1.) Answer the following questions in detail.

(1) Which demands were put forward through the ‘Anandpur Sahib resolution’ by the Akali Dal?

Ans) Akali Dal was the major political party in Punjab. In 1973, the Akali Dal passed the ‘Aanandpur Sahib Resolution’.

The demands which were made in this resolution are-

  1. Chandigarh should be made a part of Punjab.
  2. The Punjabi speaking parts in other States should be included in the State of Punjab.
  3. Recruitment of Sikhs in the Indian army should be increased.
  4. More autonomy should be given to the State of Punjab.
  5. They asked for a larger share of river waters for Punjab.
  6. They asked for the‘holy city’ status for Amritsar.

 (2) What can we do to end communalism?

Ans) Narrow religious pride gave birth to Communalism.  The British sowed the seeds of communalism in our country.  When religious pride becomes excessive, it turns into bigotry.  When each one started begin to consider their religion superior and others’ inferior it leads to religious fanaticism. Fanaticism is the baseof communalism. Due to communalism hundreds of innocent people are killed, public property worth crores of rupees is damaged and public peace is destroyed. To endcommunalismwe should mix with people of different religions. We should accept the good practices and ideas of each other. We should be able to look at and understand our economic and social problems rationally. We should not mix these questions with religion. We should search for the economic, political or historical reasons that are responsible for disturbing religious harmony.

 (3) When does regionalism become strong?

Ans) Excessive pride about one’s own region produces regionalism. Everyone loves their own region.The love for one’s province turns morbid due to this kind of an excessive regional pride.The feeling of superiority, superior feelings for all that factors which put one province forward, like economic, educational  factors take people far away from each other. It is natural to feel love for one’s province, but it should not become abnormal. The matter of abnormality makes regionalism strongest.

2.) Write short notes on

(1) Communalism

Ans) Narrow religious pride gave birth to Communalism.  The British sowed the seeds of communalism in our country.  When religious pride becomes excessive, it turns into bigotry.  When each one started begin to consider their religion superior and others’ inferior it leads to religious fanaticism. Fanaticism is the baseof communalism. Due to communalism hundreds of innocent people are killed, public property worth crores of rupees is damaged and public peace is destroyed. To endcommunalismwe should mix with people of different religions. We should accept the good practices and ideas of each other. We should be able to look at and understand our economic and social problems rationally. We should not mix these questions with religion. We should search for the economic, political or historical reasons that are responsible for disturbing religious harmony.

(2) Regionalism

Ans) Regionalism is a political ideology that focuses on the interests of a particular region, group of regions or other subnationalentity.Excessive pride about one’s own region produces regionalism. Everyone loves their own region. The love for one’s province turns morbid due to this kind of an excessive regional pride.The feeling of superiority, superior feelings for all that factors which put one province forward, like economic, educational  factors take people far away from each other. It is natural to feel love for one’s province, but it should not become abnormal. The matter of abnormality makes regionalism strongest.Regionalism brings regional imbalance in development. Regionalism can affect developed as well as undeveloped States. The people of developed Statesbegin to look down upon the people of underdeveloped regions. They are not willing to share the benefits of development with the backward States. On the other hand, the people from backward areas need to arouse their regional identity to organise themselves. For this, they try to unnecessarily glorify local traditions and culture to prove their uniqueness. This leads to regionalism.

3.) Explain the following statements with  reasons.

(1) It became necessary to carry out the ‘Operation Blue Star’.

Ans) It became necessary to carry out the ‘Operation Blue Star’ to get the terrorists out of the Golden Temple. It  was entrusted to Major General Kuldeep Singh Brar.  On 3rd June 1984, the mission ‘Operation Blue Star’ started.

(2) We should fight communalism with all our strength.

Ans) ) We should fight communalism with all our strength because it takes  hundreds of innocent people life, damage public property worth crores of rupees and destroy Public  peace . To maintain communal harmony we should fight against communalism.

4.) Write the full forms.

(1) MNF –MIZO NATIONAL FRONT

(2) NNC  -Naga National Council

3) PLGA-People’s Liberation Guerilla Army

Updated: December 21, 2020 — 4:08 pm

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