Bapu's grandson compelled to cancel tackle in Pune, Maharashtra minister condemns

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Pune : Maharashtra Minister Jitendra Awhad mentioned on Friday that it was 'foolish' and 'unlucky' to not let Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Tushar Gandhi communicate at an occasion organized by a university in Pune. Tushar has tweeted {that a} Hinduist group compelled a university in Pune to cancel his tackle scheduled on Friday as a seminar on Mahatma Gandhi.

Awhad condemned the episode and tweeted that Tusshar Gandhi was not allowed to talk at Modern College on the 150th delivery anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, as some individuals who hated Gandhi objected and threatened, which is foolish. <! –

                 He mentioned that he raised the difficulty in entrance of the state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, who took rapid motion and this has given a transparent message to the anti-democracy forces that this (state) authorities will give a befitting reply.

In collaboration with Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), this system 'Revisiting Gandhi' was organized at Modern College. Tushar Gandhi and different Gandhian Anwar Rajan had been invited to handle this system on Friday. Tushar tweeted on Thursday that Modern College Pune was compelled to cancel this system held yesterday (on Friday) to commemorate Bapu's 150th delivery anniversary, as he invited me. When I used to be current, the Puritan group threatened to disturb this system. Shoot Gang is lively.

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