A colourful page in recent Indian history was the Malt March, involving a group of bottle-touting citizens who paraded to end alcohol prohibition in Gujarat a few years back. The movement’s name was a pun on the Salt March that Mahatma Gandhi undertook in 1930, walking 200 miles to the sea to collect salt in defiance of the Salt Monopoly. India would later declare a nationwide prohibition on alcohol after the abstemious Gandhi took the nation’s helm, only to quickly...
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