Those tweeting Godse zindabad are irresponsibly shaming the nation: Varun Gandhi on Gandhi Jayanti

Today is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and the whole nation is paying homage to Bapu. But there are some people who are getting ‘Godse Zindabad’ trending on social media today on the occasion of his birth anniversary. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Varun Gandhi expressed his displeasure over the trend of ‘Nathuram Godse Zindabad’ on Twitter and said that such people are embarrassing the country. In fact, on Saturday, on the 152nd birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Varun Gandhi paid tribute to him. Let us tell you that on 30 January 1948, Nathuram Godse shot and killed Mahatma Gandhi.

Varun Gandhi tweeted, ‘India has always been a spiritual superpower, but it is the Mahatma who articulated the spiritual foundation of our country through his very existence and gave us a moral authority, which is our greatest strength even today. Those who tweet Godse Zindabad are irresponsibly shaming the country.

Many tweets are being made on Twitter with the hashtag Nathurama Godse Zindabad. Varun Gandhi did not use this hashtag in his tweet. More than 7 thousand likes have come on Varun Gandhi’s post and a lot of retweets have also been done. Let us inform that on the birth anniversary of Bapu, from PM Modi, Amit Shah, Sonia Gandhi to many veteran leaders have paid tribute.

PM Modi tweeted, ‘Humble tribute to the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary. The life and ideals of Pujya Bapu will continue to inspire every generation of the country to walk on the path of duty. He said, ‘I bow to Bapu on Gandhi Jayanti. His ideal principles are relevant across the world and strengthen millions of people. Later, the Prime Minister also visited Bapu’s Samadhi Sthal at Rajghat in the capital and paid tribute to him by paying floral tributes. On this occasion, Sarva Dharma Prarthana Sabha was also organized there.

Let us tell you that Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. His birthday is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti as well as International Day of Non-Violence. He led the fight for the independence of India from the British rule. His lesson of non-violent protest is still remembered with respect all over the world.

Related news

.

Leave a Comment