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Page 12-Tuesday, April 15, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Stabbing attempt on
Gandhi fails; alleged
assailant arrested

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From AP and UPI
NEW DELHI, India - Indian Prime
Minister Indira Gandhi escaped
assassination yesterday when a spring-
actuated stiletto knife, hurled by a man
standing six feet away in a crowd out-
side Parliament House, narrowly
missed her, authorities said.
The knife whizzed by the controver-

sial leader and struck one of her
bodyguards who was escorting her4
an automobile, the Press Trust of India
said. The security agent was not in-
jured.
Three police officers standing nearby
grabbed the alleged assailant,
described as "long haired and educated
looking." He resisted before being
overpowered and arrested, according
to Deputy Police Commissioner Gur-
charan Singh.
THE MAN, identified as 37-year-ol
Ram Bulchand Lalwani, of Baroda rff
western India, was .charged with at-
tempted murder and illegal possession
of a weapon, the commissioner said.
The maximum sentence for attempted
murder is a 10-year prison term.
A motive for the attack was not im-
mediately known and the man was
being interrogated, Singh said. The
United News of India quoted his 80-
year-old father as saying his son had no
"political connections."
Gandhi later downplayed the attack
saying that a piece of paper was ac-
tually thrown. Her spokesman
suggested it was a petition thrown by
someone who first had tried to hand the
paper to the prime minister.
The government-controlled radio
delayed carrying news of the incident
until 11 hours after it happened and
seven hours after the first reports were
carried by independent Indian news
agencies.
Gandhi aides said she was unpertur-
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because a similar union, the Teaching
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TAA OFFICIALS have rejected the
University of Wisconsin's proposed
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committee to prevent some TAA
grievances from reaching arbitration.
TAA spokeswoman Karen Gorder
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ministration has not budged on the
major issues" since the strike began
two weeks ago. Gorder said the dail
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stressed the TAA's determination to
remain on strike until an acceptable
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