Ramachandran Muniandy: Let's all go as participants of the Olympic Day Run, then later change to black T-shirts.
When Mahatma Gandhi started the salt boycott in India, the British closed all the roads to stop the rallies. But the participants went ahead. Hundreds and thousands were arrested. When taken to court, all said that they were guilty.
The judge sentenced them to three months in prison or a fine of 20 rupees. They said they couldn't afford the fine but were willing to go jail. The prisons had no room for them and it would also be a costly affair.
All were eventually acquitted with a warning. That's what people do to fight for their rights!
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