Ongole: Rich tributes paid to Mahatma Gandhi
The government administration, public organisations and other members of society paid rich tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary and remembered his services to unite people in freedom fight.
Ongole: The government administration, public organisations and other members of society paid rich tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary and remembered his services to unite people in freedom fight.
The District Collector Dr. Pola Bhaskara and other officers garlanded the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the Chavidi and said that Gandhi chose non-violence as his weapon to fight the British. He said that there were sacrifices made by many unsung heroes in keeping India as the largest democratic nation in the world. He wished everyone follows the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi in paying real tributes to him.
Thje Santhanuthalapadu MLA paid tributes to Mahatma Gandhi in a program held in Maddipadu village and asked the public to follow the teachings if the father of the nation.
MLC Pothula Suneetha and her husband garlanded the photograph of Mahatma Gandhi and praised his commitment to the country.
The Vasavi Club Ongole Citizens, KCGF Youth members Tummapudi Yedukonalu, Chamrti Ravichandra and others garlanded the Gandhi statues at Rangarayudu Cheruvu, Gandhi Park and Gosala and paid tributes.
All India Mahatma Social Club president Radha Ramana Gupta Jandhyam, Tummapudi Buchibabu and other members offered floral tributes to Gandhi at the Rangarayudu Cheruvu.
The JCI Ongole Gittalu organized the Gandhi memorial program at Orchids School in Santhapet and its president G Sravan Kumar said the students that Gandhi brought freedom to India with nonviolence and truth as weapons.