The Quit India Movement was supported by:
1. Hindu Mahasabha
2. Communist Party of India
3. Princely states
Choose the correct option from the codes given below:

Answer: [D] None of them

The Congress had little success in rallying other political forces under a single flag and program. Smaller parties like the Hindu Mahasabha opposed the call. The Communist Party of India strongly opposed the Quit India movement and supported the war effort because of the need to assist the Soviet Union, despite support for Quit India by many industrial workers. In response the British lifted the ban on the party. The movement had less support in the princely states, as the princes were strongly opposed and funded the opposition. (Wikipedia)

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