“After the end of the Second World War in 1919, the British knew that unrest was spreading in India and that it could increase after the Second World War was over. So, they brought in a law commonly known as the Rowlatt Act,” Matondkar mentioned addressing an occasion right here on the demise anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
World War II came about between 1939 and 1945.
Matondkar, who resigned as a Congress chief just a few months in the past, went on to say that the amended citizenship regulation and Rowlatt Act might be “recorded as black laws in history”.
The Rowlatt Act, which was handed by the Imperial Legislative Council, allowed the British to arrest and jail anybody they wished with out a truthful trial, in the event that they had been considered plotting towards the British.
Talking concerning the Mahatma, she mentioned, “Gandhiji was the chief of the entire world, not of anybody nation. According to me, if anybody has adopted the Hindu faith most, then it was Gandhiji… The man who killed Mahatma Gandhi was neither a Muslim nor a Sikh. He was a Hindu and I’ve nothing extra to inform you about it.”
The former Congress chief had unsuccessfully contested the 2019 Lok Sabha election from Mumbai North constituency and resigned from the celebration in September final 12 months citing inaction on the a part of “key functionaries of Mumbai Congress”.