Why did Indian nationalist leaders decide at first to support the efforts of British Government to win World Was II

Options :
  1. because they hoped that Britain would reward Indians by granting self government
  2. because they thought that was the only way to save democracy
  3. because the British forces were on the verge of defeat
  4. none of the above
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Answer: Option 1


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