Baba Ramchandra organized peasant movement in A) Delhi B) Awadh C) Ajmer D) Indore
Hint: In the countryside, the non-cooperation campaign was directed towards the talukdars, who demanded high rents and other fees from peasants. Beggaring was also imposed on peasants. Baba Ramchandra led the movement in the countryside.
Complete answer: Peasants in Awadh were headed by Baba Ramchandra, a sanyasi who had previously worked as an indentured labourer in Fiji. The movement was against talukdars and landlords who demanded exorbitantly high rents and a variety of other cesses from peasants in this region. Peasants were forced to work for free on the plantations of their landlords. They had little guarantee of tenure since tenants, as they were evicted on a daily basis.
They had no guarantee of tenure since tenants, were evicted on a daily basis, preventing them from acquiring any rights to the rented property. The peasant movement demanded lower taxes, the abolition of beggars, and a social boycott of unjust landowners. Panchayats in many places organised nai dhobi bandhs to deny landlords of both barbers and washermen's services.
Since these injustices were done to the peasants in Awadh. Hence, Delhi, Ajmer and Indore are the incorrect options. This movement was organized in Awadh by Baba Ramchandra.
Hence, the correct option is B) Awadh.
Note: In June 1920, Jawaharlal Nehru met with villagers in Awadh to try to understand their grievances. A new sabha was formed, as a result, led by Baba Ramchandra, Jawaharlal Nehru, and others. The Oudh Kisan Sabha, which was founded in October 1920, was the name of this new sabha.