JOHANNESBURG: The day Mahatma Gandhi was pushed off a train was observed in South Africa.
Mahatma Gandhi, in his youth, was in South Africa, for 21 years. Last, on June 7, 1893, in Pietermaritzburg, racists pushed him off a train. Following this incident, he fought against racism there. That is what motivated him to fight for freedom in our country.
The day Gandhi was pushed down from the train was observed in South Africa. Various events were held on behalf of the Gandhi Memorial Committee. However, due to the spread of the corona virus, no events were held at the Petersburg train station.