4 JANUARY 1930, Page 6

On Tuesday when Mr. Gandhi denounced violence. and moved a

resolution condemning the bomb outrage on the Viceroy's train he found that it was impossible to confine the frenzy which he had unwittingly aroused. He spoke amid persistent protests, and the red flags, according to the Times Special Correspondent, were waved more vigorously than ever. The resolution was carried by a very small majority. On Wednesday, a resolution was passed for the repudiation of debts. Afterwards, thirty members of the Committee resigned and decided to form a new party. Violence is already begetting an active moderation.