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Letter To Jawaharlal Nehru
March 13, 1930
My dear Jawaharlal,
I hope you received what might have been my last letter. The news given to me of my impending arrest was said to be absolutely authentic. But we have reached the second stage safely. I am sending you the programme. All the friends are most particular that I should not go to Ahmedabad for the Working Committee. There is considerable force in the suggestion. The Working Committee may, therefore, come to the place where we may be for the day or you alone may come. The sentiment that we won't voluntarily go back without finishing the struggle is being well cultivated. My going back will mar it a bit. Jamnalalji told me he had written to you about it. I hope Kamla is keeping well.
I asked yesterday that full wires should be sent to you.
Yours sincerely,
BAPU