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Seva Dal

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Congress Seva Dal
Founded 1 January 1924
Founder Jawaharlal Nehru
Type Left-wing, Peaceful Militia
Location
Area served India
Method Physical training
Key people Jagdish Tytler
Website /Congress-Seva-Dal/16/organization.in.incwww
Formerly called Hindustani Seva Dal

The Seva Dal is the grassroots front organization of the [2] The All India Congress Seva Dal in-charge is Shri Jagdish Tytler,[3] Congress Seva Dal

Nehru in uniform with Seva Dal Volunteers in Allahabad

History

In 1923, following the [8]

In 1931, the [9]

The task of imparting training and organising volunteers was given to the Dal in 1938, which was then headquartered in the Karnatak district of the [9]

Controversies

West Bengal government banned Sewa Dal in 1948. Jawaharlal Nehru got the ban lifted. [12] on the principle that bans are justified only under exceptional circumstances.

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  6. ^ Bharathi, K S (2008). Encyclopaedia of eminent thinkers, Volume 7. New Delhi: A K Mittal. pp. 60, 61.  
  7. ^ Kamat, Jyotsna. "Biography of a Remarkable Woman (1892-1992)". Retrieved October 31, 2012. 
  8. ^ Kumar, Radha (1997). The History of Doing: An Illustrated Account of Movements for Women's Rights and Feminism in India 1800-1990. New Delhi: Zubaan. p. 55.  
  9. ^ a b Pandey, Gyanendra (2002). The Ascendancy of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh: Class, Community and Nation in Northern India, 1920-1940. London: Anthem Press. p. 36. 
  10. ^ Agrawal, Lion M.G. (2008). Freedom fighters of India, Volume 4. New Delhi. p. 132.  
  11. ^ "Indian National Congress - Constructive Programmes & The Congress". Retrieved October 31, 2012. 
  12. ^ Choudhary, Valmiki. Dr. Rajendra Prasad: Correspondence and Select Documents, Volume 9. 
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