Foreign News: Gandhi Out

"Mahatma" (Wonder Worker) Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, leader of the Non-Cooperatists, was released unconditionally from jail. For some time he has been in a hospital and his state of health was such that the attending physicians recommended six months at the seaside as indispensable for his convalescence.

Gandhi was arrested in 1922 and charged with sedition, for which he received a sentence of six years' imprisonment. His policy was noncoöperation; his creed, "The power of the soul." His policy was designed to fight the British Raj; his creed, to make Hindus worthy of self-government.


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