Part I: English LanguageDirections (Q. 1–5):
Rearrange the following five sentences A, B, C, D and E in proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.
A. But for all the contradiction — he was the reason why the Congress split between the moderates and the extremists.
B. Tilak’s ideology of a militant movement in support of the political objectives of Swaraj appealed to the masses.
C. Disillusioned by the state’s indifference to their conditions, Tilak’s thesis of national education, Swadeshi and boycott fired their imagination.
D. It infused in them a spirit of defiance, arousing the demand for Swaraj as a birth right.
E. It was not unusual of Tilak to voice social and political views, which were seemingly at odds.