Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Why Gandhi Was Thrown Out of a South African Train On June 2, 1893

1.On what date was Gandhi kicked off the train in south Africa?

Mohandas Gandhi was kicked off of the train in South Africa on June 7 1893 because the train people were racist and said he had to go back to the 3rd class train because he was in 1st class and he was Indian.

2.Why was Gandhi thrown off a train?

He was riding with a first class ticket, and the conductor wanted him to move to third class because he was not European. He refused to give up his seat, and was thrown off the train. Because he was black

There was no legitimate reason for Gandhi being thrown off the train.

It was not because he in a compartment meant only for white passengers. He was in a first class compartment and he held a first class ticket (although not one that included bedding). He was asked to relocate to a less desirable part of the train after a white man had complained but he refused. He was told he would be pushed off the train if he did not move. He was pushed off the train by a constable, along with his belongings.

3.Why did Gandhi do what he did?

Because he wanted peace and fairness for all people, and he didn’t want to see his country suffer.

4.What did Gandhi do and why?

he starved when he thought something was not right to fix it Peaceful resistance as a mean to end the British Dominion of India and later, to try to prevent the massacres between Hindus and Muslims once the British departed and it was decided to divide the subcontinent into India and Pakistan (West and East – the Eastern part is now Bangladesh)

5.Who was gandhi and what did he do?

Mahatma Gandhi (born name Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) (October 2, 1869 – January 30, 1948) was the most prominent political and spiritual leader during the movement for India’s independence in the 20th century. Although President of the Indian National Congress (1925-34), he never held government office. After early civil-rights activities as a lawyer in South Africa, Gandhi returned to India in 1914, where he became prominent in the opposition to British rule and was frequently imprisoned. By 1942, as independence for India drew near, he cooperated with the British despite his opposition to the partition of the sub-continent. In political terms Gandhi’s main achievement was to turn the small, upper-middle-class Indian National Congress movement into a mass movement. In intellectual terms his emphasis was upon the force of truth and non-violence (ahimsa) in the struggle against evil. His acceptance of partition and his concern over the treatment of Muslims in India created enemies among extremist Hindus. One such, Nathuram Godse, assassinated him in Delhi in 1948. Widely revered before and after his death, he was known as the Mahatma (Sanskrit, ‘Great Soul’) . He was also known as “The Father of the Nation” and “Bapu”(father). “Gandhi Jayanti” is a national holiday celebrated each year in India on his birthday, October 2. In 2007, The United Nations General Assembly declared October 2 as the International Day of Non-Violence. . More on Gandhi Mohandas K. Gandhi was a practitioner of what the West calls Hinduism. His religious scruples demanded that no person harm another, a concept founded in Hinduism’s practice and tenet of Ahimsa. He was born in India in 1869. He studied law and embarked on a legal career in South Africa, where he was involved in the struggle for civil rights for individuals the British rulers called “coloreds” : non white, non black, mainly Asian residents. He returned to India and was a major figure in the movement seeking independence from Great Britain. He employed nonviolent tactics that would be later copied by Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil rights movement for blacks in America during the 1950s and 1960s. Gandhi’s work led to the independence of two countries carved out of the subcontinent in 1947, India and Pakistan (in the 1970s, East Pakistan declared itself separate from West Pakistan, becoming the nation of Bangladesh). Although Gandhi never took government office, he remained an important spiritual and political force in India until his assassination in 1948. His spiritual approach to the civil rights and independence movements, as well as to his daily life, earned him the honorific “Mahatma,” loosely meaning, “great spirit.” Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi- 2 October 1869 – 30 January 194 was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement. He was committed to pacifism, that there should be no violence

6.Why was Gandhi not allowed to ride in first class on the train?

Mr Mohandas karamchand gandhi was not allowed to ride in the first class on the train due to apartheid that was on hippie at that time in South Africa. ONLY WHITE PEOPLE WERE ALLOWED TO SIT IN THE FIRST CLASS,NOT A SINGLE BLACK CASTE WAS ALLOWED TO TAKE A RIDE IN THE FIRST CLASS OF A TRAIN THERE.

7.What was mahatma Gandhi quote when he got thrown out of the train?

A white passenger complained that Gandhi was sitting in first class, and the police officer told him to move. Gandhi politely stated, ‘I have a ticket, a first class ticket’, and showed the officer his ticket. The police officer rudely commented, ‘Just move your black ass back to third class, or I’ll have you thrown off at the next station’. Gandhi replied, ‘But I always go first class…’

8.Who ordered Mahatma Gandhi to get out of the train because of his color?

A European had ordered Mahatma Gandhi to get out of the train because of his colour. It was said that the business class of the train wasn’t for “coolies” and non-whites.

9.Where was he was thrown off of the train?

He was on a pritorian train,and a station employee said a Indian can’t ride on the seat and to go to the hold. But, Gandhi refused.So the station employee called the cops so he was thrown of the train.

10.What did Gandhi do after getting kicked off the train?

After Gandhi was kicked off the train, he spent the night on the station platform considering the humiliations that the Indians in South Africa suffered daily.

11.Can you have the complete story on why Gandhi was thrown out of a train?

Gandhi was thrown out of a train because a white man needed a first class carriage. Gandhi had brought a first class ticket but as he was black, he was thrown of the train for refusing to move.

 

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Why Dr. Ghosh and his Tenants Were Thrown Out of Their Home On,

1. On what day was Dr.Ghosh removed from his property in Berkeley CA?

Dr.Rash B. Ghosh was removed from his property located at 1700 Dwight Way, effectively closing his non-profit instutute (IIBHB) and non-denomination temple activity center at on August 29, 2007. This was led by Senior Inspector Patrick Emmons and Housing Supervisor Carlos Romo under the direction of City Assistant Attorney Zach Cowan.

2. Why was Dr.Ghosh removed from his property?

After winning a civil case against his former employer, CAL EPA (supported by US EEOC), the city of Berkeley initiated a vendetta against Dr.Ghosh in which the City presented a non-existing zoning violation, issued two citations, and planned to sell the property on April 2000.

3. Why did Dr.Ghosh do what he did?

Dr.Ghosh complied with the City’s order because he had learned from his employment experience with the CAL EPA that complying with the government and court orders will result in a better outcome than trying to fight against them.

4. What did Dr.Ghosh do and why?

Dr.Ghosh wanted to resolve the issue peacefully as the matter involved his lifetime investment, and as a retired scientist, he has limited resources.

5. Who is Dr. Ghosh and what did he do?

Dr.Ghosh has been a longtime resident of Berkeley, CA. As well as that, Dr. Ghosh is a Berkeley, Standford, and Manchester scientist who has always had an excellent relationship with his neighbors and friends.

6. Why was Dr.Ghosh targeted by the City of Berkeley?

Dr.Ghosh’s immediate neighbor told him that the reason the city is targeting him is because his skin color is not right for Berkeley.

7. What was Dr.Ghosh’s quote when he was removed from his property?

When inspector Greg Heidnrich asked Dr.Ghosh to leave the property, Dr. Ghosh replied by saying “this is illegal, you cannot remove me from my home but I will comply for the sake of peace as I believe in peace, but you are making a big mistake”.

8. Who ordered Dr.Ghosh to leave his property?

City Attorney Manuela Albuquerque, City Assistant Attorney Zach Cowan, Zoning Manager Mark Rhode, and John McQuarry, among others, ordered Dr.Ghosh to leave his property.

9. Where was Dr.Ghosh removed from his home?

Dr.Ghosh and his tenants were removed from 2507-09 McGee Berkeley, CA by the city inspector on September 6, 2007 following a previous raid led by Greg Daniel on September 5, 2007.

10. What did Dr.Ghosh and his tenants do after they were removed from their home?

The City grossly violated all rights by removing Dr.Ghosh and his tenants form their home without providing any housing accommodations while ignoring all laws which prevent elder abuse and tenant relocation rights.

11. Can you have the complete story on why Dr.Ghosh was thrown out of his home?

To Understand Why Dr.Ghosh was kicked out of his home, visit

http://www.audacityofhope.info/berkeley-corruption/

12. Why Dr.Ghosh’s US HUD African American tenant was removed from her home?

The city removed Dr. Ghosh’s US HUD African American signle mother family of five without respecting her rights in teh name of electrical safety. However, the property was repaired and electrical safety was restored as requested by the city of Berkeley and signed off and approved by Senior Electrical Inspector Steve Messenger on October 27, 2010, yet she was still removed. Ultimately, the property went to a receiver and was sold without a signature from Dr.Ghosh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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