Why did the nationalists have to criticise the British government?

Dear student,

The nationalists criticised the British government in their speeches, through processions, rallies, public meetings against their arbitrary rule. They criticised for inequality and injustice done to the Indians. For example, the Sedition Act of 1870 bought a turning point in the history of freedom struggle.  As per this act, any person protesting or criticising the British government could be arrested without due trial. This was unjust on the part of the British which forced the nationalists to criticise.


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