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Man who overcame British, snakes of communal poison was more than ‘chatur baniya’, says Rajmohan Gandhi | The Indian Express

11.6.17

Man who overcame British, snakes of communal poison was more than ‘chatur baniya’, says Rajmohan Gandhi | The Indian Express: “The man who overcame the British lion and snakes of communal poison in India was more than a chatur bania. Today — unlike men like Amit Shah — he would aim to defeat the forces that hunt the innocent and the vulnerable,” Gandhi, a biographer and a research professor at University of Illinois, US, told PTI in an email response.

Condemning Shah’s “chatur baniya” comment, opposition parties on Saturday demanded that he should apologise to the nation and insisted that the “denigrating” remark is withdrawn. Mahatma’s another grandson, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, also said that he would have laughed at ‘chatur baniya’ description but for its “utter tastelessness and the hidden mischief in it”.


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