MAHATMA GANDHI MEDIA AND RESEARCH SERVICE

Chronology of the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi (Ghandi)

1920

1920

January

1

At Congress session  supported resolution on swaraj but urged acceptance of Reforms.

1920

January

4

In letter from  Sabarmati to Registrar, High Court, Bombay asked postponement of date of hearing regarding  contempt of Court.

1920

January

5

Submitted statement of  Disorders Inquiry Committee and informed it of his readiness to give oral testimony.

1920

January

9

Appeared before  Disorders Inquiry Committee at Ahmedabad.

1920

January

11

Invited Lord Hunter  and members of Disorders Inquiry Committee to visit Sabarmati Ashram.

1920

January

12

Spoke at Arya Samaj;  received welcome address at Jalalpur Jattan, spoke to gathering.

1920

January

12

Proceeded to Sargodha  by car.

1920

January

12

Lord Hunter with  members of disorders inquiry Committee visited Ashram.

1920

January

15

Gandhi left Ahmedabad  for Delhi in connection with Khilafat Deputation.

1920

January

16

Reached Delhi.

1920

January

18

Met Maulana Abul Kalam  Azad.

1920

January

19

Had interview with  Viceroy, as member of Khilafat Deputation.

1920

January

20

Met Motilal Nehru in  Allahabad.

1920

January

21

Opened Swadeshi  Bhandar at Kanpur.

1920

January

22

Reached Meerut in  morning; spoke at public meeting after reception, procession and address by Municipality,  Khilafat Committee and general public.

1920

January

22

Addressed women in  connection with Congress Inquiry Committee work on Punjab disorders; en route to  Lahore, spoke at Muzaffarpur.

1920

January

23

Reached Lahore.

1920

February

1

At Lahore, Gandhi met  Dr. Joseph Nunan, Leader of British Guiana deputation visiting India to recruit settlers.

1920

February

3

Gandhi wrote to Chief  Secretary, Punjab Government, regarding discharge of political and Martial-Law prisoners.

1920

February

9

At Lahore, Gandhi gave  interview to Press on South African Commission.

1920

February

9

In Imperial  Legislative Council, British Guiana deputation presented their report.

1920

February

13

At Sargodha, Gandhi  gave a speech on Punjab atrocities and Hindu-Muslim unity.

1920

February

14

Issued appeal for  Jallianwala Bagh Memorial Fund.

1920

February

15

Wrote to Chief  Secretary, Punjab Government, asking for inquiry into atrocities perpetrated by Government  officials during recruiting campaign in Sargodha.

1920

February

15

Completed his tour of  the Punjab, commenced on January 23 in connection with the work of Congress Inquiry  Committee on the Punjab disorders.

1920

February

18

In Imperial  Legislative Council, debate was held on change of capital.

1920

February

20

Draft of the Congress  Report on the Punjab disorders submitted to Motilal Nehru, President of the Congress.

1920

February

21

In Banaras, Gandhi  addressed students of Banaras Hindu University.

1920

February

25

In Ahmedabad, Gandhi  addressed meeting of mill-hands held to consider formation of Labour Union.

1920

February

25

Montagu, in interview  to Evening Standard, strongly urged retention of Constantinople by Turkey.

1920

February

25

Strike reported at  Tata Iron Works, Jamshedpur.

1920

February

26

In Ahmedabad, Gandhi  presided at opening ceremony of Night High School under auspices of Marwali Yuvak Mandal.

1920

February

26

In House of Commons,  debate was held on future of Turkey.

1920

February

26

First Indian Khilafat  Deputation arrived in London.

1920

February

27

Gandhi forwarded to  Bombay High Court his statement and that of Mahadev Desai in regard to contempt of court  case.

1920

February

28

Bengal Provincial  Khilafat Conference was held at Calcutta.

1920

February

29

Gandhi attended the  Khilafat Conference.

1920

March

2

In London, Fisher, on  behalf of Montagu, received Indian Khilafat Deputation.

1920

March

3

At Bombay, Gandhi  appeared in High Court regarding contempt of court case against him; judgement was  reserved.

1920

March

3

Spoke at Khilafat  meeting.

1920

March

5

In Bombay, spoke at a  public meeting on abolition of Press Act.

1920

March

6

Council of League of  nations passed resolution in favour of Constantinople and Straits coming under control of  League of Nations.

1920

March

7

Daily Telegraph reported  decision of British Government to occupy Constantinople.

1920

March

7

Gandhi issued Press  statement of Khilafat.

1920

March

12

Gandhi and Mahadev  Desai were reprimanded by Bombay High Court in contempt of court case.

1920

March

14

Police raided offices  of Bengal Provincial Khilafat Committee.

1920

March

15

At Jamshedpur strikers  at Tata Iron Works were fired upon by police and troops.

1920

March

17

In London, Lloyd  George gave interview to Indian Khilafat Deputation.

1920

March

19

Khilafat Day. In  Bombay, Gandhi addressed Khilafat Day meeting.

1920

March

21

Labourers in the  Sholapur Mills struck work.

1920

March

25

Congress sub-committee  Report on the Punjab disorders published.

1920

March

25

In House of Commons,  Asquith opposed retention of Constantinople by Turkey and recommended vaticanization of  Sultan in Constantinople.

1920

March

29

Government of Indian  affirmed that holy places of Hedjaj would remain under independent Moslem control.

1920

March

31

Allied Supreme Council  offered Mandate for Armenia to League of Nations.

1920

April

31

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  attended competition held for spinning-wheel prize.

1920

April

2

At Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  and Rabindranath Tagore attended sixth Gujarati Literary Conference; address by Tagore.

1920

April

2

Gandhiji, in evening,  spoke at a meeting on "Literature from Society’s Point of View".

1920

April

2

Bombay Provincial  Conference commenced sittings at Sholapur under presidentship of N. C. Kelkar.

1920

April

2

Rabindranath Tagore  stayed at Sabarmati Ashram with Gandhiji.

1920

April

3

Bombay Provincial  Conference demanded impeachment of Sir Michael O'Dwyer and others and their trial and  punishment by judicial tribunal.

1920

April

3

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  addressed Gujarati Literary Conference on "Gujarati Literature from People’s  Point of View". In evening, Rabindranath Tagore addressed public meeting in English;  Gandhiji translated speech.

1920

April

4

Debate in Bombay and  Bengal Provincial Conferences on Reforms resolution, with Tilak on one side and Annie  Besant taking up a moderate position.

1920

April

6

Hostilities commenced  between the Japanese and the Russians at Nikolsk and Haberovsk.

1920

April

6

Gandhiji addressed  National Week Meeting in Bombay. Issued another appeal for Jalianwala Bagh Memorial Fund.

1920

April

7

New Cabinet formed in  Turkey with Damad Ferid, Grand Vizir, Resohib Bey, Minister of Interior, and Mohamed Vid,  Minister of Marine and War.

1920

April

7

Travancore Reformed  Council held its first meeting.

1920

April

9

In Bombay, Gandhiji  spoke at public meeting organized by Central Khilafat Committee in connection with  National Week.

1920

April

11

Gandhiji, in letter to The Bombay Chronicle, again appealed for contributions to Jalianwala Bagh Memorial  Fund.

1920

April

13

In Bombay, Gandhiji  addressed meeting organized by Home Rule League and National Union in Connection with  National Week. Ravindranath Tagore sent a message to the meeting.

1920

April

13

Gandhiji wired to  Private Secretary to Viceroy seeking Viceroy’s permission to go to England to  acquaint Ministers there with Muslim sentiment over Khilafat.

1920

April

After 13

Gandhiji cabled to  Secretary of State for India seeking Government’s approval for his visit to England  in connection with Khilafat question.

1920

April

15

Reforms Committee held  its siting at Simla.

1920

April

17

Madras Khilafat  Conference commenced its sittings under presidentship of Shaukat Ali.

1920

April

18

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  presided over the second annual meeting of mill workers.

1920

April

22

In London, public  meeting was held on question of Khilafat with George Lansbury in the chair.

1920

April

24

The United States  formally recognized independence of Republic of Armenia.

1920

April

25

San Remo Conference of  Allies entrusted Britain with Mandate for Mesopotamia and Palestine, and France with  Mandate for Syria.

1920

April

26

Home Rule League  meeting held at Ahmedabad to protest against deportation of B. G. Horniman; Gandhiji  presided.

1920

April

28

Gandhiji joined Home  Rule League and became its president.

1920

April

28

In a statement,  advocated non-co-operation to express Indian feeling against San Remo decisions regarding  Turkey.

1920

May

1

Madras Liberal League  held its first annual meeting.

1920

May

2

Enver Pasha reported  to have placed himself at head of Turkish national movement.

1920

May

6

In House of Commons,  Montagu made statement on General Dyer’s forced resignation.

1920

May

7

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  held discussions about having system of arbitration for solving disputes between mill  workers and mill-owners.

1920

May

9

Gandhiji, writing in Navajivan,  appealed for funds for famine relief in Orissa.

1920

May

11

In Paris, Turkish  treaty was handed to Turkish delegates.

1920

May

12

Gandhiji, writing in Young  India, again appealed for funds for famine relief in Orissa.

1920

May

12

At Bombay, Gandhiji  attended Khilafat Committee meeting.

1920

May

14

Turkish Peace Terms  published in India along with Viceroy’s message to Indian Muslims.

1920

May

15

In Turkey, an  extraordinary court martial sentenced Mustafa Kamal and his associates to death.

1920

May

16

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  held further discussions about having system of arbitration for settling disputes between  mill workers and mill-owners.

1920

May

17

Above discussions  continued.

1920

May

18

Above discussions  continued.

1920

May

18

Gandhiji, in a Press  statement, called for revision of peace terms presented to Turkey by Allies.

1920

May

19

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  continued discussions on system of arbitration.

1920

May

20

Yakub Hasan resigned  his membership of Madras Legislative Council and other official organization in protest  against terms of Turkish Treaty.

1920

May

21

Nizam of Hydrabad  issued firman prohibiting participation in Khilafat agitation.

1920

May

23

In Ahmedabad, Gandhiji  addressed meeting of mill-hands on settlement of their strike.

1920

May

23

Tewfik Nessim Pasha  formed new Cabinet in Turkey.

1920

May

28

Report of Hunter  Committee, Government of India Dispatch and Montagu’s reply published.

1920

May

30

All-India Congress  Committee met at Banaras to consider non-co-operation programme; Gandhiji was present.

1920

June

1

Joint Hindu-Muslim  Conference commenced at Allahabad; Gandhiji attended.

1920

June

2

Revised draft rules  for Provincial Councils, Indian Legislative Assembly and Council of State published in a Gazette  of India Extraordinary.

1920

June

2

Joint Hindu-Muslim  Conference continued at Allahabad.

1920

June

3

Meeting of All-India  Central Khilafat Committee held at Allahabad; Gandhiji spoke on non-co-operation.

1920

June

4

In Bombay, Gandhiji  performed opening ceremony of Suddha khadi Bhandar.

1920

June

5

In Nadiad, Gandhiji  performed opening ceremony of Swadeshi Bhandar.

1920

June

11

In Bombay, Gandhiji  attended meeting of Imperial Indian Citizenship Association.

1920

June

13

Gandhiji, in a Press  statement, opposed scheme of repatriation recommended by South African Enquiry Commission.

1920

June

19

The order of  externment from Mussorie passed on Jawaharlal Nehru was withdrawn.

1920

June

21

Madras Provincial  Conference met at Tinnevelly with S. Srinivasa Iyengar in chair.

1920

June

22

In House of Commons,  questions asked on the Punjab disorders; Montagu heckled.

1920

June

22

Gandhiji, in letter to  Viceroy, gve notice of non-co-operation with Government in protest against unjust peace  terms presented to Turkey by Allies and forwarded Muslim representation on the subject to  Viceroy.

1920

June

25

In Bombay, Gandhiji  attended meeting of Khilafat Committee.

1920

June

26

In Bombay, Gandhiji  spoke at public meeting held to protest against Hunter Committee Report.

1920

June

27

Turkey submitted  counter-proposals to Treaty terms presented by Allies.

1920

June

28

Nizam of Hyderabad  renounced title of Mohi-ul-Millat Wad Din.

1920

June

30

Gandhiji, in a Press  statement, called upon people not to seek election to Legislative Councils under Reforms  Act of 1919.

1920

July

1

Gandhiji wrote to  press on interim report of South African Commission regarding repatriation of Indians.

1920

July

2

Wrote to N. C. Kelkar  on draft constitution on Congress.

1920

July

2

Public meeting held at  Bombay to protest against Hunter Report. Sir N. G. Chandavarkar presided.

1920

July

4

In Navajivan article Gandhiji detailed steps for starting of non-co-operation from August 1.

1920

July

6

Churchill announced,  in House of Commons, Army Council’s conclusion that Gen. Dyer was guilty of error of  judgment and that he should not receive any office under Crown.

1920

July

Before 7

Gandhiji issued Press  statement on non-co-operation and sent cable to Mohammed Ali at London.

1920

July

7

Non-co-operation  Committee issued statement on methods and programme on non-co-operation.

1920

July

7

In Bombay, Gandhiji  spoke at women’s meeting. In Young India pleaded for boycott of Prince of  Wales’ visit.

1920

July

8

Debate on Hunter  Committee Report began in House of Commons.

1920

July

11

Gandhiji appealed to  Gujaratis in Navajivan article "Gujarat’s Duty" to take the lead in  non-co-operation. In another article he asked them to contribute money for Shantiniketan.  His message on non-co-operation was read out at Rajakiya Mandal meeting,

1920

July

11

Wrote to Press on  South African appellate Court’s judgment in favour of Dadoo.

1920

July

13

In Bombay, spoke at  public meeting to consider Indian situation in East Africa and Fiji.

1920

July

14

In article in Young  India, replied to criticisms of Mrs. Besant and V. S. Srinivasa Sastri.

1920

July

15

In Jullundur, spoke at  meeting appealing to Hindus and Muslims to support non-co-operation.

1920

July

16

In Amritsar, spoke at  non-co-operation meeting under auspices of Khilafat Committee.

1920

July

17

In Lahore, spoke on  khilafat and non-co-operation.

1920

July

18

In Lahore, spoke on  boycott of reformed councils.

1920

July

18

All-India Muslim  League’s Council condemned findings of majority in Hunter Committee Report.

1920

July

19

In Rawalpindi,  Gandhiji spoke on khilafat.

1920

July

19

Dyer debate in House  of Lords.

1920

July

20

In Gujarkhan, Gandhiji  spoke on communal unity and khilafat.

1920

July

21

Instructions of  Central Khilafat Committee, Bombay, for hartal on August 1 published.

1920

July

21

In Young India,  Gandhiji wrote on "The Music of the Spinning-wheel".

1920

July

22

In Karachi, spoke at  khilafat meeting.

1920

July

23

In Hyderabad (Sind),  spoke at Khilafat Conference.

1920

July

24

Sent telegram to A. V.  Thakkar not to go to British Guiana before finishing famine relief work in Orissa.

1920

July

24

Addressed students at  Sind National College.

1920

July

24

Supported  non-co-operation resolution at Khilafat Conference.

1920

July

On or  before 25

Sent telegram to  Caliphate Workers’ League, Delhi, not to violate Seditious Meeting Act.

1920

July

25

In Hyderabad (Sind),  delivered public lecture at Citizens’ Association.

1920

July

28

In Young India,  replied to Montagu on the khilafat agitation.

1920

July

28

Gandhiji and Shaukat  Ali sent Khilafat Day message to Madras Presidency.

1920

July

28

In Bombay, Gandhiji  addressed non-co-operation meeting.

1920

July

31

B. G. Tilak passed  away in Bombay.

1920

July

31

Gandhiji and Shaukat  Ali issued Non-co-operation Committee’s directions in a message on observance of  Khilafat Day on August 1.

1920

August

1

Third khilafat  Day-Gandhiji iaugurated non-co-operation movement.

1920

August

1

Wrote letter to  Viceroy renouncing Kaisar-I-Hind and other medals.

1920

August

1

Addressed meeting in  Bombay under auspices of Central Khilafat Committee.

1920

August

2

Mohammed Ali and other  members of khilafat delegation arrived in Bombay; given public reception under  Gandhiji’s presidentship.

1920

August

4

In Young India,  Gandhiji paid tribute to Tilak and replied to manifesto against non-co-operation by Sir  Chandavarkar and others.

1920

August

11

Left Bombay on tour of  South India.

1920

August

11

Explained non-violent  non-co-operation in article, "The Doctrine of the Sword" in Young India.

1920

August

12

Arrived at Madras.

1920

August

12

Interviewed by The  Madras Mail representative on non-co-operation.

1920

August

12

Addressed public  meeting at Madras Beach on non-co-operation programme.

1920

August

13

Spokeon  non-co-operation at Juma Mosque, Triplicane, Madras.

1920

August

14

Visited Ambur and  Vellore.

1920

August

15

Spoke on rights and  duties of labour at meeting under auspices of Central Labour Board.

1920

August

16

Spoke at Kumbakonam.

1920

August

16

Spoke at Nagore.

1920

August

17

Spoke at Trichinopoly.

1920

August

18

Spoke at Calicut.

1920

August

19

Spoke on  non-co-operation at Mangalore.

1920

August

20

At Salem.

1920

August

21

In Bangalore,  addressed meeting at Idgah.

1920

August

22

In Madras, addressed  students of Law College.

1920

August

23

In Bezwada spoke at  Municipal Travellers’ Bungalow compound.

1920

August

25

Reached Bombay.

1920

August

26

Reached Ahmedabad

1920

August

27

In Ahmedabad spoke at  Gujarat Political Conference.

1920

August

28

Moved resolutions on  non-co-operation at Gujarat Political Conference.

1920

August

29

Spoke on boycott at  Gujarat Political Conference.

1920

August

31

Took pledge to wear  khadi for life.

1920

September

1

In Young India,  replied to Montagu and the Viceroy, and wrote on the Gujarat Political Conference.

1920

September

4 - 9

Special session of  Indian National Congress at Calcutta. Resolutions adopted regarding non-co-operation,  Hunter Committee Report and British Cabinet’s attitude on Punjab atrocities.

1920

September

5

At Congress Subjects  Committee meeting, Gandhiji moved resolution on non-co-operation.

1920

September

7

Replied to critics at  Subjects Committee meeting.

1920

September

8

Gandhiji’s  resolution on non-co-operation carried by majority at Calcutta Congress.

1920

September

8

All-India Muslim  League passed Gandhiji’s resolution on non-co-operation.

1920

September

9

Gandhiji gave  interview to Associated Press of India on Indian abroad.

1920

September

9

Spoke at A.I.C.C.  meeting at Calcutta to consider action on non-co-operation resolution.

1920

September

10

Interviewed Motilal  Ghose, editor of Amrita Bazar Patrika .

1920

September

14

Patel resigned his  seat in Viceregal Council.

1920

September

17

In Shantiniketan,  Gandhiji spoke in inmates.

1920

September

22

A.I.C.C. Sub-Committee  consisting of Gandhiji, Motilal Nehru and V. J. Patel issued report on draft instructions  for Congress organizations.

1920

September

Before

All-India Home Rule  League with Gandhiji as president issued circular letter for carrying out special Congress  resolution on non-co-operation.

1920

September

25

 

1920

September

25

Gandhiji sent to  Chairman, A.I.C.C. draft of Congress Constitution.

1920

September

25

Gandhiji’s letter  to every voter on duty of voters published.

1920

September

On or  After 27

Gandhiji sent message  to countrymen in East Africa.

1920

September

28

In Ahmedabad,  addressed students of Gujarat College, on boycott of schools and colleges, V. J. Patel  presiding.

1920

September

29

In Ahmedabad, spoke at  teacher’s meeting.

1920

October

8

Gandhiji’s  message to Indian women was read out at Bhagini Samaj meeting celebrating his birthday.

1920

October

11

In Moradabad, Gandhiji  spoke at U.P. Conference.

1920

October

12

In Aligarh, met  students.

1920

October

14

Spoke at Kanpur.

1920

October

15

Spoke at Lucknow.

1920

October

17

In Bareilly, spoke in  reply to address by municipality.

1920

October

18

Spoke at Amritsar.

1920

October

18

Met students of Khalsa  College.

1920

October

19

In Lahore, spoke on  non-co-operation.

1920

October

22

Spoke at Bhiwani  Conference.

1920

October

24

Wrote letter to  trustees of Aligarh College.

1920

October

24

Wrote on All-India  Home Rule League reconstituted as "Swarajya Sabha".

1920

October

25

Wrote to M. A. Jinnah  regarding resignation from Swarajya Sabha.

1920

October

27

Young India published Gandhiji’s letter "To Every Englishman in India".

1920

October

27

In Dakor, Gandhiji  addressed public meeting and women’s meeting.

1920

October

31

In Ahemdabad, spoke at  women’s meeting.

1920

November

1

Spoke at Mehmedabad.

1920

November

1

In Nadiad, addressed  public meeting and met municipal councillors.

1920

November

2

In Broach, spoke at  public meeting.

1920

November

2

In Ankleshwar, spoke  at opening of Lokamanya National School.

1920

November

3

Wrote in Young  India on Congress constitution.

1920

November

4

In Nasik, spoke at  meeting, Shrimad Shankaracharya of Karavirpeeth presiding.

1920

November

5

In Poona, spoke at  meetings in Deccan Gymkhana and Bhavanipeth.

1920

November

6

Addressed women at  Poona.

1920

November

7

Gandhiji’s  article "If I am Arrested" and "What to Do on the 16th November" published in Navajivan.

1920

November

7

In Satara, Gandhiji  spoke at public meeting.

1920

November

8

In telegram  congratulated Maulana Mahomed Ali, on new Aligarh University.

1920

November

8

In Nipani and Belgaum,  spoke at public meetings.

1920

November

14

In Bombay, spoke at  student’s meeting.

1920

November

15

In Ahemdabad,  delivered inaugural speech as chancellor, Gujarat Vidpapeeth.

1920

November

16

In Ahemdabad, paid  tributes to McSwine, Lord Mayor of Cork, at condolence meeting.

1920

November

16

Elections for  Legislative councils in Bombay Presidency.

1920

November

19

Gandhiji, in letter to The Bombay Chronicle, denied report that he favoured adoption of Urdu as national  script.

1920

November

20

Spoke at public  meeting in Jhansi.

1920

November

21

Gave interview to  Associated Press of India.

1920

November

23

At Agra, addressed  public meeting and students’ meeting.

1920

November

26

Spoke to Benares Hindu  University students and at public meeting.

1920

November

27

Spoke to Benares Hindu  University students and at public meeting.

1920

November

28

At Allahabad, spoke at  public meeting.

1920

November

29

Addressed women’s  meeting at Allahabad. Later, in public meeting, asked Hindus not to suspect the Ali  Brothers.

1920

November

30

Addressed  students’ meeting at Allahabad.

1920

December

1

In Allahabad, spoke at  opening of Tilak Vidyalaya.

1920

December

2

Addressed public  meetings in Phulwari Shariff and in Patna.

1920

December

3

Spoke at  students’ meeting in Patna.

1920

December

4

Spoke at women’s  meeting in Patna and at public meeting at Arrah.

1920

December

5

Spoke at public  meeting in Gaya.

1920

December

6

Spoke at public  meeting in chapra.

1920

December

8

Spoke at Muzaffarpur.

1920

December

8

At Bettiah, spoke on  cow-protection.

1920

December

8

Writing in Young  India, discussed Lord Ronaldshay’s comments on Hind Swaraj and defined his  conception of swaraj as being synonumous with moksha.

1920

December

8

News received that  Judicial Committee of Privy Council had rejected Kalinath Roy’s appeal against his  conviction by Martial Law Court in the Punjab.

1920

December

8

Gandhiji spoke at  Motihari.

1920

December

11

Spoke at public  meeting in Monghyr, enumerated constituents of non-co-operation.

1920

December

12

Spoke at Bhagalpur.

1920

December

13

In Calcutta, spoke at  opening of National Madrassa and at public meeting.

1920

December

14

In Calcutta, spoke at  students’ meeting.

1920

December

15

In Dacca, spoke at  public meeting.

1920

December

18

In Nagpur, spoke at  public meeting.

1920

December

22

Dr. Tej Bahadur Sapru  assumed charge as Law Member of Viceroy’s Executive Council.

1920

December

22

In Nagpur, Gandhiji  presided over Weavers’ conference and Antyaj Conference.

1920

December

26

Thirty-fifth session  of Indian National Congress commenced at Nagpur under the presidentship of C.  Vijayaraghavachariar.

1920

December

28

Gandhiji moved  resolution on new Congress creed in meeting of Subjects Committee.

1920

December

28

Later, spoke on above  resolution in plenary session.

1920

December

29

Lord Sinha assumed  office as Governor of Bihar and Orissa.

1920

December

29

Gandhiji, in speech on  foreign propaganda at the Congress session at Nagpur, said that the British Committee and  the journal India be wound up.

1920

December

30

Spoke on  non-co-operation resolution in Congress session.

1920

December

31

Spoke on Tilak  Memorial Swaraj Fund in Congress Session.