ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Ambedkar and Gandhi

India-Pakistan People's Convention TWO-AND-A-HALF years ago some of us in India and Pakistan found ourselves in agreement that nearly five decades of strained relations between our two countries had only served to inflict severe damage to both our peoples. Economic as well as social indicators provided telling evidence that we had fallen far behind some other countries which were no better placed than ourselves to begin with. Since our respective ruling elites seemed unwilling to move out of set moulds, we felt that the only available course was for the people to assert themselves in favour of peace and friendship.

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