Indian merchants and industrialists support the civil disobedience movement because they wanted to import, make a profit, and have a conversion rate for rupees.
Civil disobedience moment means when a person wants to oppose something but in a peaceful manner.
The merchants and the industrialists wanted protection against the import that they were doing. The industrialists and the businesses wanted to earn more profit from what they made after World War I.
They also wanted that the government may allow them to establish some major industries. They also wanted to have a rate at which they can exchange rupees.
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