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Spinning A Web 1931.

While Gandhi, with Nehru standing by, is busy weaving the map of free India, Willingdon, shown as a spider, is a web to tighten Britain's hold on the country. The Congress accused the Viceroy of breaking the Gandhi-Irwin Pact. Writing in Young India of August 20, 1931, Gandhi said: "The refusal of the Government to concede the very natural implication of the settlement shows how far the authorities in India are from recognizing the fact that power is passing to the people....".

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