Why did Gandhiji not accept C.F. Andrews’ help during the Champaran Movement?

Mr. Charles Freer Andrews was an Englishman and Gandhiji did not want his help. He did not believe in seeking a prop in him. Since, the cause was good, he believed that their victory was certain. He wanted that the lawyers must not take any help from an English man as their fight was against the English. That’s why Gandhiji wanted the lawyers to be self-reliant.

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