Truth and non-violence are the only weapons to fight injustice!



Gandhi's Peaceful Protest in 1934 and Violent Protest in 2020 

The mass gathering at a time of COVID19 epidemic, looting, breaking windows, burning property, and stealing goods in the name of humanity in major American cities is equally disturbing as the inhuman killing of George Floyd. The peace-loving and law-abiding citizens can not support this lawlessness. The institutional racial discrimination is a menace and world need to have a priority in eradicating it. 

The importance of Gandhian non-violence is increasing day by day. These days even superpowers feel insecure, the universal presence of injustice, terrorism, religious fanatism makes people realise that powerful states are failing to their fundamental duty to protect their citizens. 

Gandhi's non-violence tool become a mass movement which defeated powerful colonial powers that liberated millions

This is a time we need to go back to Gandhian values, as Gandhi used non-violence as a powerful tool at individual and community level to fight for justice. He used non-violence to resolve political and social issues. Gandhi's non-violence tool become a mass movement which defeated powerful colonial powers that liberated millions. 

Gandhi believed that “There is no God higher than truth”
 
Gandhi believed that “There is no God higher than truth.” Throughout his life he practised and propagated non- violence is the ultimate solution of every kind of problem in the world. His strategies were always based on non-violence, truth, sacrifice,  and selfless service to humanity. Gandhi, always told that one should be brave to speak the truth in all circumstances and present his views without being violent and communities can fight a war with the weapons of truth and non-violence.

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