INDIA: No Police Were Touched

Three new hospitals were established in Bombay last week by followers of St. Gandhi to care for bruised and wounded non-violent demonstrators of whom daily scores are beaten by the police. Asked why his men appeared to be making no more arrests and concentrating on beatings, Police Commissioner. Dan Healy said laconically: "Arrests do no good."

Out to witness a mass-beating went Chicago Daily News's by no means squeamish Correspondent Negley Parson. He noted that the first Gandhites to appear were ambulance men, stretcher bearers with red crosses on their arms. Next came...

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