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January 30 marks the 75th anniversary of Gandhi’s demise

The first flaw in India after independence was the death of Mahatma Gandhi. The British had oppressed our nation until it was released on August 15, 1947. The benevolence of Annal Gandhi came before it. The world leader who taught non-violence to the world, Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation, who fought valiantly for the liberation of the country, was shot by a deadly man named Godse and became a victim of a bullet within a year, that is, on January 30, 1948, while still unable to fully enjoy the liberation celebration. Unable to bear the untimely death of ‘Non-violence is the root of the world’, most of the people across the country burst into tears; They shouted loudly. The cry of their cry; It echoed in the neighboring countries too… So much so that the news of Mahatma’s death spread like wild ‘fire’.

In this context, Winston Churchill, who was the Prime Minister of England at that time, said, “We strengthened security for Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who raised his voice against us for India’s independence; we guaranteed his life. We, who were in power at that time, did not kill him; we protected him securely. However, when the country was less than a year after independence, we started the liberation struggle. “You yourself have killed the leader of your country who won and conducted it,” he said with concern. It is something that cannot be denied.. Churchill’s speech made many of our freedom fighters cower and bow their heads in shame.

Are all people the same if this is the case for a nation’s leader? At that time, the public was not aware of the grave situation. The tragedy left a lot of individuals feeling hurt and sad on that particular day. This fact is indisputable. To liberated India, this deed brought immense disgrace. Because it hurts so much that we were unable to guarantee the national leader’s safety within a year of independence, you should be ashamed. The untimely passing of Annal Gandhi and the Liberation not only represented the first flaw in Indian law, but also the first dark chapter in the country’s history.

Dedicated his whole life for the liberation of the country; Arumpatutpattu ; serving imprisonment; Our patriot followed the principle of non-violence and put an end to the British rule and sowed India’s freedom. Many countries of the world bowed down and welcomed his moral policy of non-violence. The UN also urged the nations of the world to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s principle of morality. It continues even today. Violence is never the solution; The Mahatma was extremely confident that non-violence would lead to world peace. He spread that seed of faith all over the world. As a result, various countries such as America, Germany, and Japan, which suffered economic setbacks due to the Second World War, started to wake up.

After that, the respectable Gandhiji’s policy of non-violence increased in the world. Annal’s mantra of “Let’s fight without swords and without blood” received maximum response. Accordingly, various countries offered to abandon the war system of attacking with weapons and to resolve the problems between the countries through peace talks. And the non-violence of the Gandhis laid the foundation for the end of the Second World War; And even today, the Mahatma’s virtue of non-violence is the bulwark that has prevented the Third World War from breaking out on a massive scale. What is democracy? The Mahatma’s answer to the question was tolerance. Accordingly, his decisive conclusion was that the political system should have power according to the will of the people. Gandhiji said that it will support the flowering of democracy.

Mahatma wanted only the human being who transcended religions. Because Gandhiji supported Karl Marx’s theory that “Man makes religion; Religions do not make man”. Accordingly he wanted to make India a secular country. He was determined and successful. Although different religions and races are living in our country; Mahatma’s principle of secularism is the main factor for all of them to live in unity despite their diversity. Religion is not only personal choice; It is an individual right. Accordingly, residents here can embrace any religion. Also, our father was the primary reason for including them in the Constitution of India.

The late former President Abdul Kalam once visited South Africa and had a conversation with the country’s President Nelson Mandela. Then Kalam asked him, “You spent 27 years in solitary confinement in Kottadi prison for the liberation of your country, and how did you spend your time in prison amidst so many obstacles, sufferings, and tragedies?”. And it is a worldly fact that all the bullets of Godse that penetrated Gandhi’s body were defeated by his moral principle of non-violence, with Mahatma’s magnanimous confession on his deathbed, “Don’t punish Godse who shot at him, but forgive him”. Today is January 30 the memorial day of Mahatma Gandhi, the moral seed of non-violence sown by him, which today has grown and spread throughout the world. If it is not an exaggeration!

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