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Why did Nathuram Godse Kill Gandhi?

On 30 January 1947, Nathuram Godse fired three bullets at point-blank range and killed Gandhi. After being arrested when he was presented in court, he said he killed Gandhi because Gandhi supported division (India-Pakistan) by accepting the demand of Jinnah.

“Gandhi was supporting Muslim’s interests at the cost of Hindus. Gandhi vacated (Removed) Hindu refugees housing in mosques during cold nights so that they can be occupied by Muslim refugees. Hindus in Pakistan were forced to leave the country. Men, women, and children were brutalized”.

“Over millions of people lost their lives, Gandhi’s ideology of non-violence led to lots of violence. Over this Gandhi still wanted to give money to Pakistan, while India itself was suffering. Gandhi never spoke about the violence made by Muslims”.

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“When Hindus were killed, he was silent but when Muslims were killed he took the stand. All the Muslims were granted full security in India and have the choice to stay back if they wanted, as a result many Muslims never went to Pakistan, and the very purpose of creating a new nation for them was useless”.

“So many people lost their lives just because of that one decision of partition which could have been discarded. Therefore I (Nathuram Godse) assassinated Gandhi so that people did not suffer injustice”. -Said Nathuram Godse in his last speech.

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Kushagra Pathak
Author of Worldly Voice

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