Antonio Guterres Remark Over Mahatma Gandhi: United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to the Father of the Nation of India Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary. Today (October 2) is the 153rd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. His birth anniversary is celebrated as International Day of Non-Violence.
United Nations chief Antonio Guterres paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi by tweeting from his official handle, in which he said that by adopting the values of Mahatma Gandhi, we can overcome today’s challenges.
On the International Day of Non-Violence, we celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday & values of peace, respect & the essential dignity shared by everyone.
We can defeat today’s challenges by embracing these values & working across cultures & borders to build a better future. pic.twitter.com/EHJc2q4UZz
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) October 2, 2022
UN chief wrote this in a tweet
UN chief Antonio Guterres wrote in a tweet, “On International Day of Nonviolence, we celebrate the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi and the values of peace, respect and the essential dignity shared by all. We can overcome today’s challenges by embracing these values and working across cultures and borders to build a better future.
Along with this, Guterres has also shared a picture of a memorial of a pistol with a bent tube in a Twitter post. This monument gives the message of non-violence.
Mahatma Gandhi is considered ideal in the world
Mahatma Gandhi is considered a role model across the world for the values of truth and non-violence. Many countries became independent by taking inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi. In 2019, according to the information shared on the website of the Ministry of External Affairs, there are more than 110 statues of Mahatma Gandhi installed in 84 countries. His sculptures have also been installed in Pakistan, China and Russia. Eight statues of Mahatma Gandhi in America and 11 in Germany are inspiring people.
Mahatma Gandhi first started the Satyagraha movement in South Africa. There are three idols of Bapu here. At the same time, 80 more routes in about 30 countries are named after Mahatma Gandhi.
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