ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Calcutta Diary

As economic circumstances worsen, ordinary people come under intense pressure. They have to ventilate their ire and anguish, they have no alternative but to march and organise meetings. They must attract general attention toward themselves and their problems. It is pointless to ask them to do so only after office hours, at dead of night or on Sundays; the rallies would then be purposeless, for they would fail to get attention. As members of society, those who are victims of â?? or at least consider themselves to be victims of â?? a grievous outrage would claim to have the democratic right to disturb the normal texture of civic living so as to make society aware where exactly the shoe pinches.

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