The Rowlatt Acts Provided for :
1. Stricter control of the press
2. Arrests without warrant
3. Indefinite detention without trial
4. In camera trials of political prisoners
Choose the correct statements from the codes given below:

Answer: [D] 1, 2, 3 & 4

The Rowlatt Acts, which were intended to crush subversive movements, provided for stricter control of the press, arrests without warrant, indefinite detention without trial, and in camera trials of political prisoners, without juries. These Acts moreover denied the accused the right to know who his accusers were or to challenge the evidence on which he was being tried, and required ex-political
offenders to deposit securities and forbade them from taking part in any political, educational, or religious activities. (Making of India, Ranvir Vohra)

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