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Brikesh Singh’s Gandhigiri

Video | February 28, 2013

"Gandhi is still the dude and Gandhigiri still rocks," Brikesh Singh tells us. He says his 'Gandhigiri' is to save our forests from coal mining and have our leaders listen to the voices of lakhs of people. One lakh signatures have been recorded on the petition to save our forests. Brikesh's family also visits him and supports his efforts.

Greenpeace activist Brikesh Singh lived in a tree near the Tadoba-Andhari forest for one month and also became a CNN IBN Citizen Journalist during this time.

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