Mahatma Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty)
London, 2 August: The father of India, Mahatma Gandhi, who got freedom from the British under the non-violence freedom movement in the country and played an important role in making all the countrymen freedom from the British rule. Now Britain is considering to issue a special coin (Coin) in memory of Mahatma Gandhi. Let us tell that India got complete independence from British slavery on 15 August 1947. This initiative is being done to recognize the contribution of the people of Black, Asian and other communities. The credit for this first goes to UK Finance Minister Rishi Sun.
Britain’s Finance Minister Rishi Sunak has written a letter to the Royal Mint Advisory Committee (RMAC) in this regard asking them to honor the contribution of people associated with these communities. A statement has been issued by the Treasury of Britain, according to which the RMAC is currently considering issuing a coin on Mahatma Gandhi. RMAC is an independent body of experts who will support the UK Finance Minister in every important decision, from the design and design of the coin. Sunak said, “The people of the BAME community have a major contribution in Britain and this decision has been taken to honor these communities.”
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Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. Gandhiji never used violence in his lifetime. He always walked on the path of non-violence and gave this education to others as well. Mahatma Gandhi gave freedom to the country by walking on the path of non-violence. October 2 is celebrated as International Non-Violence Day in his memory.