(1) The mind of Mahatma Gandhi was surrounded by many apprehensions:
a) He was uncertain that he would reach his destination and that his path would be blocked by the authorities.
b) He apprehended that he might get arrested by the government.
(2) Mahatma Gandhi apprehended that he and his companions would be unsuccessful and that the authorities would block their path. However, the government acted differently and did not even arrest any of them. The government deserves congratulations on the patience and forbearance it displayed. It allowed the army of peace to reach its destination.
(3) Salt March was a major non-violent protest movement which was led by Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma chose salt as a tool to mobilize the Indian population, as it was an indispensable tool and was used in every household. The monopoly of the state over salt roused the whole nation. The army of peace was thus successful in challenging the British authorities.
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