Mahatma Gandhi crusaded for the Asians in South Africa under the provocation of an oppressive British law, which he termed as the 'Black Act'. Which of the following was it called?

Options :
  1. The Blacks Registration Act
  2. The Asiatic Registration Act
  3. The Coloured's Licence Act
  4. The Apartheid Act
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Answer: Option 2


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