- PM Modi drove the country in recalling Mahatma Gandhi on the 152nd birth commemoration of the political dissident.
- Gandhi’s introduction to the world commemoration is seen as International Day of Non-Violence.
Pioneers visited Gandhi’s resting place in Delhi, Rajghat, to offer a botanical accolade for the “Father of the Nation.”
This is what the political society is tweeting on Gandhi Jayanti:
President Ram Nath Kovind: Homage to Bapu on Gandhi Jayanti. It is an extraordinary day for all Indians to recall Gandhiji’s battles and penance. Allow us to make a vow that we will keep on making progress toward making India a nation Gandhiji had always wanted while clinging to his lessons, beliefs and qualities.
VP Venkaiah Naidu: Mahatma Gandhi drove the battle to free India from provincial standards dependent on the upsides of Truth and Non-Violence. His rule of Ahimsa will keep on directing us and the remainder of the world in our common mission for harmony, concordance and all-inclusive fellowship.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi: I bow to regarded Bapu on Gandhi Jayanti. His honourable standards are all around the world important and invigorate millions.
Union home pastor Amit Shah: Mahatma Gandhi roused the entire world to stroll on the way of harmony and peacefulness. Gandhiji’s thoughts of Swadeshi, Swabhasha and Swaraj will keep moving the comrades for quite a while.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh: I bow to Pujya Bapu on Gandhi Jayanti. A transcending character with huge resolution and enormous insight gave praiseworthy authority to India’s opportunity development. Allow us to rededicate ourselves to “Swachchta and Atmanirbharbharta” on his Jayanti.
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot: Tributes to the dad of the country, Mahatma Gandhi, who pushed truth and peacefulness on his birthday.
Overall, Gandhi’s introduction to the world commemoration is seen as International Day of Non-Violence. October 2 was taken on a day of peacefulness through a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) goal in June 2007.