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Do u believe in "GANDHI JI" say honestly ?

Asked by Gajendra Sharma, 31 Jul '07 10:46 am
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No, hame azadi dilaye bhagat singh ji ne
Answered by kuljit bhargava, 31 Jul '07 10:59 am

 
  
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No offense,nope,if it wld not be him we wld ve god independance long back
Answered by Sheetal k, 31 Jul '07 11:31 am

 
  
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Gandhi,Nehru,Patel,Rajendra Prasad..... all were politicians of the bygone era Until he was thrown out of 1st Class compartment of a train, by a white, fromSouth Africa Gandhiji's patriatism was dormant. The business houses of the Country, TATA & Birla wanted Eat India Company of Britishers to go from india that they can capture all the business. So they sponsered the so called freedom movement & the politicians. That time communication facities were so poor that it was impossible for any one to know the truth. Everything was extremely glorified in favour of the powerful individuals.Nehru wanted to be the PM at any cost, he glorified & sidelined Gandhiji by projecting him as the Father of Nation that he won'nt come for power struggle. All the Politicians of that era kept the VOLUNTARARY winding up operation of Britishers ( after theIr defeat in Worl War-II) from India from hthe public to glorify the freedom movement. If they were genuine leaders, they would have told the truth o ...more
Answered by Santosh, 31 Jul '07 11:25 am

 
  
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Dear,
He is one of the freedom fighter and our history says he have initiated the ahinsha andolon(As at that time we werent present)
Hence from the mouth of our teachers to our brain, what we have received is a good picture of Gandhi jee.
Hence we believe on him from heart
Answered by SURYA, 31 Jul '07 10:49 am

 
  
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They say seeing is believing,you can see what he has done then than you will have to believe.
Answered by abdus sattarmerchant, 31 Jul '07 10:48 am

 
  
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May be
Answered by Prem Malhotra, 31 Jul '07 10:47 am

 
  
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No.
Answered by sumitdastidar, 31 Jul '07 10:47 am

 
  
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