In December 1931, Gandhiji went to London to attend the Second Round Table Conference, but the negotiations broke down and he returned disappointed. After returning to India, he discovered that the government had begun a new cycle of repression. Ghaffar Khan and Jawaharlal Nehru were both in jail, the Congress had been declared illegal. A series of measures had been imposed to prevent meetings, demonstrations and boycotts. With great apprehension, Mahatma Gandhi re-launched the Civil Disobedience Movement.
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