Several phases of movements took place in the Indian independence struggle, among them the Gandhian movement has its own district place.
From the Non- Cooperation Movement to the Quit India movement, Gandhiji was a constant struggle and his diligent efforts had led to the
backless of India’s subordination, Gandhiji started the freedom movement from 1917, which is known as Champaran and Kheda Satyagraha.
The Non-cooperation movement started from August First, 1920 which lasted till 1922. On 5 February 1922, due to the Chauri-Chaura scandal,
Gandhiji postponed the Non-cooperation Movement on 12 February 1922. This step of Gandhiji not only put a halt to the independence movement,
but the movement for the independence of the country also became frustrated and frustrated. Gandhiji move was greatly criticized,
Gandhiji devided the Movement into two as the prohibitory program and creative program was approved in the creative policy for the congress Jhanda Satyagraha.
This program included the procession and hoisting of flag at every place. On this basis a huge flag Satyagraha program was made in Nagpur under
which the country volunteers arrived as Satyagrahis from all over. Police crossed all limits on flag Satyagraha in Nagpur.
Volunteers were brutally assaulted. Satyagrahis were brutually assaulted. Satyagrahis were killed a lot, streams of blood flowed from their bodies,
but the volunteers remained stubborn did not lose. Nagpur was successful in the flag movement at the time, Congress had appointed
Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru as the head of administration. Nehru saw that not a single Satyagrahi had reached Nagpur from all over Bundelkhand.
Nehru called Diwan Shatrughan Singh at Annad Bhawan in Allahabad and said that you should make arrangements for Bundelkhand to be represented.