U.N. General Assembly decided to observe Gandhi Jyanti, October 2, as “International Day of Non-Violence” each year. This is a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and India by the world body. But the founder members of UN, America and others have been indulging in violence and bloodshed on large scale in Afghanistan. The UN must condemn it and ask invaders to withdraw from Afghanistan.
Unfortunately, Mahatma Gandhi, Preacher of Non-Violence, was murdered by an Indian fanatic. Violence against Dalits, Muslim, Christians, women, etc. is increasing in India. Naxalism, terrorism, bomb blasts, fake encounters are on rise. Gujarat, home state of Gandhiji, has tarnished the fair name of India in the world. We Indians must practise Gandhian principles of Truth, Non-violence and communal harmony.
G. Hasnain Kaif