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or There is a school, which considers her faith in democracy, barring the controversial emergency period, her concern for the poorer and weaker sections of the society and her ability to take quick decisions at times of threat to national unity as bench marks for India. She was the first to fly to Assam in its hour of need in 1962 and the only leader from Delhi to rush to Chennai during the widespread anti-Hindi disturbances in 1965. And in 1978 she visited Belchi, Bihar, on an elephant, to meet the Dalit victims of a massacre carried out by the Ranveer Sena of the upper castes.