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Table of contents :
Message from Nehru
Message from Jairamdas Doulatram
Message from Moulana Abul Kalam Azad
Message from Acharya Kripalani
Message from Vijya Laxmi Pandit
2. Foreword by Hashu Kewalramani
4. Marching Song
Pages 46 -97 missing
(a) Students and politics
(b) Charter of rights
(c) Award of "No reduction No Fees"
The Reading Generation [A note in Sindhi]
KARACHI STUDENTS ON THE MARGH
HINDUSTANI SAHITYA ASTANr KARACHI. 5ole Agents : .JANATA
MARCH .(A Chronicle of Students' Movement from
1905 up to the Present Day)
DAYO NATHANEY, General Secretary,
With a Foreward by SRI
Printed by K. K. Soparivala at the "Sind Observer" and Mercantile Steam Press, Ltd., and Published by Mohan Panjabi for Hinclustani Sahitya Asbn, Karachi I.
eight.) September 194&
I. Messages .. 2.
3. Introduction 4.
21·-22 23 .
7. New Era
10. Report (1945-46)
(a) Students and politics
(b) Charter of rights (c) Award of "No reduction No Fees"
WHO PAID THE HIGHEST PENALTY FOR HIS PATRIOTISM
. . . . . . . •
my got>d wishes to the students of Sind.
days ahead, we want
all our courage and energy, and at the
same time balant:e and sabriefy so that we can rise above
Communal Provincial and Lo�al ,
sanctions and concentrate on the main issue of the
Independence ciur· people.
of India and the riddance of the poverty ci
( 9 }
The youth of every country has in it s time always played a great part in national regeneration. Its enthusiasm. its vigour, its capacity for sacrifice have been at the service t>f the nation for every inspiring cause.
in India, the youth has endeavoured to throughout
As els ewhere so
·the' pad well,
various stages of .a national. movement
since the birth of the Congres?.
It has to play ·still greater
part in the coming times, whether they be
co nstruct ve
efforts or fresh
if the latter
The ·virtues of ·steadiness, t:irele9s
activities, clear thinking, humanity will enable the youth te play that part nQbly and will in a time, that h as to CQlne. My best wishes will be with the stu dents of Karachi for the
success of their programme of work for that purpose.
( IO )
MESSAGES. To keep themselves ahove communal totomiiidedness is the chief work of all the students.
They should beeome the
:members of the Hindu-Muslim Unity.
Abul Kat.. .tizd.
Ga11dliiji's message f