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Gandhiji said there should be no possibility of child widows. He was averse to child marriage.
Gandhiji said,"The first thing is for everyone to understand the implications of the removal of untouchability in his or her own life".
Gandhiji said that while they were engaged in trying to quench the fire of communal strife in their own country, they must not forget their countrymen abroad.
Mahatma Gandhi said,"Gujarat's too commercialised for doing spade work with a better prospect of success than elsewhere in this direction".
One student said that as their fathers were government servants, they were afraid to join the anti-untouchability movement, not political work.
An earnest plea for the removal of untouchability was made by Mahatma Gandhi speaking during evening prayers.
“Today, irreligion is stalking the country in the name of religion”, Mahatma Gandhi said.
Gandhiji reminded the audience of how a pile had been made of foreign cloth in the early days of the movement and a huge bonfire was made of costly saris etc
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Gandhiji, replying said, he saw unfortunately the political atmosphere in India was becoming surcharged with distrust and suspicion.
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