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Published on Dec 6, 2010
The massacre at the Qissa Khawani Bazaar (the Storytellers Market) in Peshawar, British India (modern day Pakistan) on April 23, 1930 was a defining moment in the non-violent struggle to drive the British out of India. It was the first major confrontation between British troops and non-violent Khudai Khidmatgaar demonstrators in the then peaceful city—some estimates at the time put the death toll from the shooting at nearly 400 dead.