An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 5, Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapters 16-20 Summary

Gandhi's group moves into a rented house in Motihari. Each vakil has his own arrangements within the house. They eventually consolidate them into one vegetarian kitchen. They collect statements from the peasants and Gandhi presents the grievances to the Planters' Association. Gandhi's group also opens schools for the children in six villages while sending out a call for volunteer teachers. Even Kasturbai responds to the inquiry. The volunteers are to teach cleanliness, among other things. They begin a campaign of cleanliness and sanitation.

Gandhi receives a letter from the Bihar government suggesting that he end his inquiry and leave Bihar. Gandhi replies that he has no intention of leaving and that there should be an official inquiry. The Lieutenant Governor, Sir Edward Gait, invites Gandhi to be a part of an official inquiry. The inquiry is found in favor...

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