Wednesday 17 Oct, 2018

Hindu Mahasabha Installed statue of Godse in Gwalior

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Gwalior: The Hindu Mahasabha installed the statue of Nathuram Godse in Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. The statue was installed at the Hindu Mahasabha's office in connection with the 68th death anniversary of Godse. The Hindu Mahasabha district authorities wanted place to construct the Godse temple, but demand was rejected.

Hindu Mahasabha Vice President Narayan Sharma said, "We have initiated steps to implement this. Young people do not know Indian history. The Godse temple is intended to teach the new generation about the freedom struggle and the existence of those who live for it. And steps have been taken. The Hindu Mahasabha added that four regional parties were helping them to make this.

 In 1947, the British informed Mahatma Gandhi that they leaving India. Also, the discussion of India's partition was also raised. At that time Akhila Hindu Mahasabha came up with against the India partition. Gandhi's would not allowed partition. But Nehru and Mohammad Ali Jinnah wanted to be prime ministers. Gandhiji was also a part of the partition for this. During partition, lakhs of Hindus died. Nathuram Godse was a devout Hindu. He could not allow this. Hence, Godse killed Gandhiji, says Sharma.

The temple is being built in their private space. Sharma said no one can change their personal opinion. As punishment for the Gandhi's assassination, Godse was hacked on November 15, 1949.

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