Hardoi. Bapurashtrapati Mahatma Gandhi gave a new height to humanity through thoughts like truth, non-violence, satyagraha, equality of all religions, love, compassion.
District and City Congress Committee Hardoi offered flowers to the portrait of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi at Congress Office and Block and City Congress Committee offices, block, city president and block, city in-charge. Flag hoisting ceremony was organized and Bapu’s Martyr’s Day celebration Two minutes silence was observed on the occasion.
District President Ashish. Kumar Singh Somvanshi said that Bapu was a symbol of truth, non-violence and harmony. Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi gave new heights to humanity through the ideas of truth, non-violence, satyagraha, equality of all religions, love, compassion. Such great men are born once in thousands of centuries. Let’s take Bapu is today the identity of India all over the world. Gandhi, Bapu’s killers have forgotten that they can never kill Bapu’s ideology. Bapu’s ideology has been accepted on the world stage. We all have to take a pledge to protect this great ideology.
City President Jameel Ahmed Ansari said that Mahatma Gandhi’s life was a movement. The power of his Satyagraha against injustice set the British on fire. Gandhi believed in the Sarvodaya economic model, which literally means “welfare, welfare of all”. Rise”.
District vice-president Sadhu Singh said Gandhi devoted his life to the search and pursuit of truth, and called his movement Satyagraha, which means “appeal to, insist on, or rely on truth”. The first formulation of Satyagraha as a political movement and doctrine took place in the 1920s.
On this occasion, District Treasurer Sriprakash Mishra, Right to Information Chairman Ajit Singh Chandel, City General Secretary Bhuvanesh Pratap Singh, Shiv Kumar Rathore, City Congress Secretary Sarvesh Kushwaha, Sanjay Kumar, District Secretary Islam Ghazi, Ward President Anoop Dixit, Rahul Verma, Sadan Verma , Mahtab Ahmed, Shailendra Verma, Aman Kumar, Mordhwaj, etc. were present.