PM Narendra Modi wrote a contacting tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on the event of the 150th birth commemoration of the dad of Nation in the New York Times.
In his segment, the Prime Minister proposed the ‘Einstein Challenge’ to guarantee that the standards of Bapu are recollected by who and what is to come.
“As a tribute to Gandhi, I propose what I call the Einstein Challenge. We realize Albert Einstein’s well known words on Gandhi: ‘Ages to come will rare accept that such a one as this ever in fragile living creature and blood strolled upon this world’… I welcome scholars, business people and tech pioneers to be at the front line of spreading Gandhi’s thoughts through advancement,” the PM wrote in his segment in NYT.
Titled ‘Why India and the World Need Gandhi’, the segment composed by PM Modi investigated the Mahatma’s impact on noticeable world pioneers, including Martin Luther King Jr and against politically-sanctioned racial segregation symbol Nelson Mandela.
In his segment, the PM kept up that Gandhi Ji’s duty to harmony, concordance and fellowship stayed enduring. He (Gandhi Ji) imagined a reality where the least fortunate of the poor are engaged. His standards are our managing light, the PM said.