Britain to issue coin in honour of Mahatma Gandhi
Britain to issue coin in honour of Mahatma Gandhi

London: Britain's Finance Minister Sajid Javid has said that the UK Government has decided to issue a commemorative coin commemorating the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The British finance minister of Pakistani origin Sajid Javid has said that he has asked the Royal Mint of Britain to prepare the coin so that the world never forgets Mahatma Gandhi's learning.

Sajid Javid made the announcement on Thursday at the GG2 event held in London to celebrate the annual British Asians success. Javid tops the annual list of powerful people released by the UK's publishing company Asian Media Group (AMG). Javid further said that, "On the occasion of Gandhi's 150th birth anniversary celebrations, tonight's award ceremony is perfectly suited for this announcement. I have asked the Royal Mint of Britain to prepare a new commemorative coin in his honor. We should never forget what Gandhi taught the world. ''

He said, "Mahatma Gandhi taught us that power does not come only from wealth or high position." We should always remember the values that he had adopted in his life. ”In the British government led by Boris Johnson, Indian-origin home minister Preeti Patel is second in the 2019 GG2 power list. Rishi Tsunak, a Deputy Minister of Indian origin who works under Javid, is also at number seven on this list. He is the son-in-law of Narayan Murthy, co-founder of Infosys.

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