What was the attitude of the average Indian in smaller localities towards advocates of ‘home rule’?

 

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The average Indians in smaller localities did not support the advocates of Home Rule as they feared to go against the British government. No one dared support an advocate of the home rule. For Gandhi it was surprising that Professor Malkani allowed him to stay at his home even though he was a government teacher.

 

 

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