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The 1929 Session of Indian, National Congress is of significance in the history of the Freedom Movement because the

(a) attainment of Self-Government was declared as the objective of the Congress
(b) attainment of Poorna Swaraj Was adopted as the goal of the Congress
(c) Non-Cooperation Movement was launched
(d) decision to participate in the Round Table Conference in London was taken



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The 1929 Session of the Indian National Congress is historically significant because it adopted the goal of attaining Poorna Swaraj, or complete independence, as the objective of the Congress. Held in Lahore, this session marked a shift in the Congress's approach, signaling their determination to fight for full freedom from British rule rather than seeking limited self-government. The declaration of Poorna Swaraj as the goal set the stage for subsequent movements and efforts that ultimately led to India's independence in 1947.


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