The quit india movement or the india august movement was a movement launched at the bombay session of the all india congress committee by mahatma gandhi on 8 august 1942 during world war ii demanding an end to british rule of india the cripps mission had failed and on august 8th 1942 gandhi made a call to do or die in his quit india speech delivered in bombay at the gowalia tank maidan. The quit india speech is a speech made by mahatma gandhi on 8 august 1942 on the eve of the quit india movement he called for determined but passive resistance that signified the certitude that gandhi foresaw for the movement best described by his call to do or die. The quit india movement proved the power of the masses according to sumit sarkar in spite of all oppressions the peasants came forth with great force. On 8 august 1942 gandhi addressed the masses from the gowalia tank maidan in mumbai and exhorted indians to participate in the quit india movement. Quit india movement or august kranti india august movement was a civil disobedience movement launched in india on 8 august 1942 by mohandas karamchand gandhi
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