I too reject Gandhi's concept of violence.
For the sake of justice i.e. Dharma (it is not religion), violence is justified.
Moreover any selective outrage on violence is political and condemn-able.
we should condemn all violence whether it is toward hindu or muslim or animal.
To dub whole country as lynchistan because one muslim has been killed, is wrong.
On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 12:16 AM, Sarbajit Roy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Dear Adv. MahapatraThe IAC and HRA movements are unable to reject violence as it is part of our Dharma, our IAC manifesto and now part of our national civic obligation/s. Our movements are not Gandhian movements and neither do we emulate Jesus Christ to turn the other cheek when poked.Nonetheless, we are circulating your email to our members as requested.Sarbajit Royfor India Against Corruption
>From: Biraja Mahapatra <email@example.com>
Subject: In re: A two minute programme against violence Date: Sun, 2 Jul 2017 21:31:50 +0530Dear Sir/Madam,>>With a view to raising voice in unison against violence, AIKYATAAN (Symphony of Harmony) is a two minute rendition from our respective homes exactly at 10 AM on July 9, 2019. At this appointed time you may create a symphony with the help of any musical instrument or even a utensil to symbolically give a declaration that "Delhi rejects violence". It should be done by all family members in unison.>>I am sure you will like it. It is something like earth hour being observed in various parts of the world.>>Aikyataan simpler, easy and not time-taking. A two minute rendition may give a us a model programme against violence in any form. Your little cooperation may help build up a nation wide campaign on November 26, 2017 when the country celebrates Constitution Day.>>Kindly see the attachment. If you agree with my view, you may kindly share it with as many people as possible so that it becomes a festival of commitment against violence/terrorism.>>>Yours sincerely>>-->Biraja Mahapatra>Advocate>9810935526 / 9868932207
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