If ever a group were justified in calling themselves a "gang", it would be these lovely ladies in pink saris from Northern India. They stand up for the rights of all, so everyone gets electricity, equality under land use laws, and equal grain distribution. They remind me of the strong Rwandan women who took their country back from the warlords (when they greedily horded natural resources, and oppressed the people).
"Mind you," one 'pink lady' says, "we are not a gang in the usual sense of the term. We are a gang for justice."
Read about them, and evaluate whether you think what they do is "right" or "wrong". Remember, until you walk a mile in another person's shoes, you can not know how easy or difficult it is surviving the choices they make in the circumstances.