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KOLKATA: West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Saturday paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his loss of life anniversary and stated that the meeting elections due in April-May ought to be devoid of violence. The Father of the Nation had preached for non-violence and it ought to be adhered to within the polls, he stated.
“In the coming polls in 2021, we have the opportunity to make it free of bloodshed and violence. The coming polls should not be blood-stained like the 2018 (panchayat) polls. There should be a complete air of non-violence and peace this time,” Dhankhar stated.
He informed reporters that he was not talking from “political considerations”.
While politicians will likely be engaged in politics, his goal is to safeguard the Constitution and save democracy, Dhankhar stated after paying homage on the statue of Mahatma Gandhi on Mayo Road in Kolkata.
“Everyone should comply with Gandhiji‘s motto of non- violence. He was an envoy of peace,” he stated.
Reacting to this, West Bengal minister Bratya Basu stated, the governor “must have uttered these words keeping in mind that Gandhiji was gunned down by fascist forces on this day. In our state, we will always keep resisting such forces.”
Mahatma Gandhi was shot lifeless on today in 1948 by Nathuram Godse. His loss of life anniversary is noticed as Martyrs’ Day.

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