It's Common V/S Wealth



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“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” -Elie Wiesel

I dedicate this book to River Yamuna that flows silently and provide for water and life to vast populations along her banks without complaining about the exploitation and encroachments that we do to her..... I also would like to dedicate this book to farmers and workers who are working day and night under unimaginable conditions to ensure a better tomorrow while struggling for survival in this age of trickle down economics

Acknowledgements First of all, I would like to thank Preety, my wife and partner in all my endeavors, who is always there with me and who is most precious to me. I would also like to thank my family including my mother, my Didi, my sisters and my father who make me what I am. This book was not possible without constant support from “Youth for Justice” core members including Hemraj, Vikram and Devahuti who are backbone of the organization. I also would like to thank all “Youth for Justice” members, supporters and fans who believe in the possibility of change and are always there to fight for right cause. I don't have words to thank Sunil Parbhakar who has stayed at Yamuna Satyagraha site for months and gave me courage and inspiration to raise the voice in Delhi Assembly along with him. I also would like to acknowledge Rajesh Krishnan of Greenpeace who motivated me to give a time frame to the idea of this book. I would also like to thank Diwan Singh, Rajinder Singh, S.A. Naquvi, Prof. Vikram Soni. Kuldeep Nayyar, Rakesh Narwar, Abhijit, Ramanad, Vipul, Puneet, Kamakhya, Prof. V.P. Singh, Kishori, Bhoop Singh, Atrawati, Vinod, Devyani and all those...