“Our products are a symbol of ingenuity, traditions of African people, our brand and company ethos resonates strongly with Gandhi’s message of Satyagraha – a force that is generated through adherence to Truth,” said Yswara’s founder and CEO Swaady Martin.
The Ashram tells us about one man’s dedication, determination and ideals but also reminds us of the road we still need to traverse in order to realise Gandhiji’s dream of an India free from injustice.
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The former IAS officer and West Bengal governor was speaking to schoolchildren on the occasion to mark Sabarmati Ashram’s 100 years.
Mahatma Gandhi’s ashram on the Sabarmati river has been witness to a hundred years of change and progression, even if some other political forces want to shape it in their own image.
The BJP chief had dubbed Mahatma Gandhi as a “bahut chatur baniya”, a reference to his mercantile caste, sparking a political row with the Congress and other opposition parties demanding an apology from him
When the Congress was formed in 1885, its immediate motive was not independence. Rather its intent was to form a political arm that would mediate between the British authorities and the demands of the Indians.
The Congress called Shah a “power trader” and demanded an apology from him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The CPI and CPM said Shah’s comments were “derogatory” and showed “contempt for Gandhiji”
The former West Bengal governor said that the remark has been made by Shah in ‘utter tastelessness’ and it reveals the hidden mischief behind the remark.
The CM further added, “Gandhiji is the father of the nation and he is an icon of the world. No one should think that he can say anything only because he is in power”, she said.
Mahatma Gandhi couldn’t do that, but now some people are completing the task of dissolution of Congress, the BJP chief added in an apparent jibe at the present Congress leadership.
Reacting to Shah’s comments, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said on Saturday, “He (Amit Shah) has insulted freedom fighters and Mahatma Gandhi.”
BJP President Amit Shah was speaking to a collection of “eminent persons” of Chhattisgarh, on the second day of his three-day trip to the state, with a view to strengthening the party before elections in late 2018.
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