What was the main reason for the split in the Indian National Congress at Surat in 1907?
- Introduction of communalism into Indian politics by Lord Minto
- Extremists' lack of faith in the capacity of the moderates to negotiate with the British Government
- Foundation of Muslim League
- Aurobindo Ghosh's inability to be elected as the President of the Indian National Congress
The Congress split in 1907. The Moderates were opposed to the use of boycott. They felt that it involved the use of force. After the split the Congress came to be dominated by the Moderates with Tilak’s followers functioning from outside.
The two groups reunited in December 1915. Next year, the Congress and the Muslim League signed the Lucknow Pact and decided to work together for representative government in the country.
The correct option is B.