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May it Please Your Honour Nathuram Godse

Description This volume contains the original statement of Mahatma Gandhi's Assassin made in the trial court which sentenced him to death. It is preceded by a brief statement of his brother. Both the statements seek to justify the murder of Mahatma Gandhi because of his agreeing to vivisection of India in 1947. Both being votaries of Hindu Mahasabha advocate Hinduism as religion of all Indians and accuse political parties of appeasing Muslims for vote-bank politics. They believe that only Hinduism can keep the Indian society united and India as one nation. The views expressed in this book are subjective and rabidly communal and biased and may not stand the scrutiny of time and history. Their justification of Mahatma Gandhi assassination also ignores the political and social ground realities at the time of India's partition.[edit]
Keywords Charge sheet, Gandhi\'s politics, Antinational Appeasement, Muslims, Quran, Hindu Mahasabha, Savarkar, Tilak, Madan Lal, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001158
Author Unknown
Script Roman
Language English
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         180
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