Mahatma Gandhi, days before his brutal killing, expressed his internal desire to visit Pakistan. Now, at this juncture, when Pakistan, has turned into a land of mass production of Terrorist and a perpetrator of violence. The question arises “Is there any traces of Gandhi still in Pakistan?”
“Is he still relevant, in that country?” Mahatma Gandhi,whose birth anniversary the whole World celibates as the day of “non-violence”, whose statue stood firm along with George Washington and Abraham Lincon at Union Square at New York, which is famous for ‘democratic right for expression.
The Noble Committee says that, it always gives them pain, when they looks into past and found that Gandhi, never nominated for the Noble Prize. In fact every award and price is low in comparable to his stature.
George Bernard Shaw said that three things always attracted him, first Taj Mahal for its beauty, Himalaya for its sky touching height and Gandhi for evolution of humanity and non-violence.
Gandhi worked equally for united India. Even his last wishes was to visit Pakistan. Simant Gandhi alias Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, was his closest associate, who hailed from NWFP [north west frontier province].
The question is “Is there any traces of Gandhi still in Pakistan.?”
Everybody wants to know.