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Feb 21, 2019

Mahatma's life and principles have power to overcome menace of terrorism & climate change: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that terrorism and climate change are two biggest threats to mankind today. Unveiling a bust of Mahatma Gandhi at the Seoul campus of Yonsei university he said that Mahatma's life and principles provide a clear solution to these problems. 

Prime Minister said that Gandhi ji believed that life should be need-based and not greed based. On this occasion, South Korean President Moon Jei-In said that 150th birth anniversary celebration of Mahatma Gandhi coincides with the 100 years of non-violent freedom struggle of Korea for which Yonsei university was a cradle. 

He thanked Prime Minister Modi for this precious gift to South Korea. Former United Nation Secretary General Mr Ban Ki-moon was also present on the occasion. He appreciated Prime Minister Modi for his strong support to world peace, climate change and human rights. 

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