mass movement


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mass movement

[′mas ′müv·mənt]
(geology)
Movement of a portion of the land surface as a unit.
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Prince Andrew, being always near the commander in chief, closely following the mass movements and general orders, and constantly studying historical accounts of battles, involuntarily pictured to himself the course of events in the forthcoming action in broad outline.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 30 (ANI): Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday met Aam Aadmi Party MPs, MLAs and councillors at his residence to discuss the campaign launched by the Delhi government against Dengue and appealed the party workers to turn the campaign into a mass movement.
Kayani said in a tweet on his personal account on social networking sites (Facebook) that the change movement has turned from a mass movement to a misleading force, especially after the nomination of Mustafa Sayyid Qadir for the post of Vice President of the region at the wish of the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
He had stated in a Twitter post that Kashmir needed a non-violent political mass movement for restoration of political rights.
Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Railways, Piyush Goyal, has called for a Mass Movement to strengthen the cooperative sector in agriculture.
He said, 'They [Opposition] do not have the ingredients to lead a mass movement.' 'I am seeing a dark day ahead for Maulana Fazlur Rehman,' added Minister.
He added: "The Government would do well to reflect upon the mass movement of protest which defeated their plans for regressive taxation and commodification of water before."
Meanwhile, the patron of Jammu and Kashmir Mass Movement (JKMM), Farida Behenji in a statement issued in Srinagar condemned the killing and torturing of innocent Kashmiri youth by Indian forces.
IANS New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that Swachh Bharat Mission has turned into the worlds biggest mass movement on sanitation and has given a mantra of 4Ps for a cleaner world.
The origin of the mass movement in Sialkot district can be traced to an event of conversion when a person from Meg46 community was baptized in 1866.47 He belonged to the village of Jhandran, a mile from Zafarwal in Sialkot district.
Those deserting the ruling party included 6 MNAs and 2 MPAs, who announced to launch of a mass movement for making southern Punjab a separate province.
In a major blow to the ruling party, eight legislators parted ways and announced the mass movement Junoobi Punjab Sooba Mahaaz (JPSM) for the sole purpose of making South Punjab a separate province.