Let’s Take A Pledge “Ab Hum Nahi Phislenge”

The Logical Indian

October 2nd, 2015

“We Indians have a tendency to slip. We are the same people who were part of the biggest anti-corruption movement and we are the same people, who in small difficulties, won’t hesitate to bribe. Today on Gandhi Jayanti, let’s each one of us take a pledge that “ab hum nahi phislenge’, whether it be through our morals, values or even basic manners. It has to stop and now is the time. These thought-provoking creatives are part of a campaign ‪#‎NahiPhislenge‬ by Somany Ceramics, developed with the intent to reset the mindset of today’s India.”

 

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