Talk:Revolutionary movement for Indian independence

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Incomplete[edit]

It is incomplete,it deserves 3 out of 5.Not enough information,not enough pictures,and so more.Ovsek (talk) 05:14, 2 June 2013 (UTC)

Revolution in British-India?[edit]

In a nation with 37 crore (370 million) people (Pakistan, India & Bangladesh), a handful of people indulging in acts of terror is not any people's revolution. They are just miscreant. Rich people from the subcontinent going to England and declaring themselves as the leaders of the 'Indian' people, is just being cunning. 3 million native soldiers supporting the English rule, and along with millions of common people. And on the other side, a few rich guys claiming themselves as the leaders of the people. It needs a lot of manipulated imagination to believe in the fake story of Indian independence movement.