In MP, Gandhi’s Mortal Remains Stolen, ‘Anti-National’ Written on Poster
Unidentified men stole the mortal remains of Mahatma Gandhi on the same day as his 150th birth anniversary, and wrote the words ‘anti-national’ on a poster bearing his photograph in Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa district.
Gandhi’s mortal remains and the poster were kept at the Bapu Bhawan, located in Laxman Bagh. The Bhawan was constructed in 1948 and has been preserved since then by the Laxman Bagh Trust.
When Congress worker Ram Krishn Sharma and other party members reached Bapu Bhawan to pay tributes to Gandhi on Wednesday, they found that his remains were missing and ‘rashtra drohi’ (Hindi for ‘anti-national’)scrolled on his poster with dark paint. They immediately informed police.…
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