The conflict between two sections of the Congress came to surface in its Session in 1906 at Calcutta. In this context, explain the following:
With reference to the picture given below, answer the following:
1) What were the three personalities popularly known as?
2) Which section of the Congress did they represent?
3) Mention two of their popular beliefs.
1) The three personalities were popularly known as ‘Lal, Bal and Pal’.
2) They represented the Assertive nationalists.
3) The Assertive Nationalists had faith in the masses and proposed to win freedom through mass action. They also believed that India could not gain independence from the British rule until and unless a fierce fight is given to them in the form of Swadeshi and the boycott movement.