Hegde made controversial remarks about Mahatma Gandhi
Knowing that Hegde had made a disputed remark about Mahatma Gandhi while addressing a public meeting in Bengaluru on Saturday, Hegde raised the question as to how such people can be called Mahatma in India, Hegde attacking Mahatma Gandhi Had said that his struggle for independence was just a drama.
'Satyagraha and hunger strike was also a drama'
Hegde, who was a six-time Lok Sabha MP from Uttar Kannada, had said that the entire freedom movement was a big drama played with the consent and support of the British, satyagraha and hunger strike was also a drama, he said that it was not a real fight, but in coordination The freedom movement, who sacrificed their lives and worked towards major reforms in the country, threw them into the dark corner of history. Was taken, but those who fought in harmony with the British, became freedom fighters with certificates … This is the Trasadi of the country.
'Who used to ask the British how to run the independence movement'
The 51-year-old Hegde said that there were two types of freedom fighters in the country, one who believed in arms, the other, in scripture, there was another class of freedom fighters who asked the British how to run the freedom movement And used to say that whatever you say, we will follow it with harmony and understanding … Like 20-20, let me tell you that Hegde made these comments in the memory of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Were in Jit program.
Congress reacted sharply
The Congress has reacted sharply to Hegde's statement, Jayveer Shergill of the Congress has responded, the Congress leader said that Mahatma Gandhi did not want a certificate of patriotism from the party that was the white-skinned government.