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Popular Struggles And Movements
Multiple Choice Questions
Q.1. What was common in both the struggle I.e., in Nepal and Bolivia?
(a) In both the cases the struggle involved mass mobilisation.
(b) In both the cases people used violence.
(c) In both the cases the demands of people were not fulfilled.
(d) In both the cases government ignored the people.
Q.2. FEDECOR was a ………….. .
(a) Political Parties
(b) Sectional Interest Groups
(c) Public Interest Groups
Q.3. Narmada Bachao Andolan is a……………
(a) Pressure group
(b) Long term movement
(c) Single issue movement
(d) Sectional Interest Group
Q.4. Which of the following statements is not true about Nepal?
(a) King Gyanendra, the new king of Nepal, was not prepared to accept democratic rule.
(b) Nepal witnessed an extraordinary popular movement in April 2001.
(c) On 24th April, king Gyanendra conceded to all the demands of SPA.
(d) Girija Prasad Koirala was chosen as the new Prime minister of the interim government.
Q.5. Which pressure group seeks to promote collective good?
(a) Sectional Interest group
(b) Public Interest group
(c) Movement group
(d) People’s group
Q.6. Which of the following is a public interest group?
(a) Trade unions
(b) Professional associations
(c) Business associations
(d) A group fighting against bonded labour
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Q.7. Which one of the following is true regarding the extraordinary popular movement that emerged in Nepal in 2006 ?
(a) Consolidation of monarchy
(b) Abolition of democracy
(c) Restoration of democracy
(d) Establishment of dictatorship
Q.8. Which one of the following is not true regarding Bolivia’s water war?
(a) The struggle involved mass mobilization
(b) A political conflict led to popular struggle.
(c) It resulted in the restoration of the water supply at the old rates.
(d) It lacked spontaneous public participation
Q.9. Which one of the following is the main feature of Bolivia’s struggle?
(a) About one specific policy of democratic government.
(b) It involved people’s claim on elected democratic government.
(c) It was about the foundation of country’s politics.
(d) None of these.
|1. (a) In both the cases the struggle involved mass mobilization.|
|2. (b) Public Interest Groups|
|3. (a) Pressure group|
|4. (b) Nepal witnessed an extraordinary popular movement in April 2001.|
|5. (b) Public Interest group|
|6. (d) A group fighting against bonded labour|
|7. (c) Restoration of democracy|
|8. (d) It lacked spontaneous public participation|
|9. (b) It involved people’s claim on elected democratic government.|