Nathuram Godse who shot Mahatma Gandhi, last wished for united India

Hindu Mahasabha observed the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse and co-conspirator Narayan Apte in Gwalior today. 

While Hindu Mahasabha observes their death anniversary as the "sacrifice day". For the unknown ones, the bodies of the notorious terrorists of Kashmir are handed over to their families, with anti-army, anti-India slogans and terrorists salute them with guns. But Nathuram Godse's body was not given to his family by these so-called humanity contractors, and was burnt on the banks of the Ghagghar river by the jail authorities at the behest of the Vetman government. Nathuram and Apte were placed in B category in the jail. Nathuram was fond of drinking coffee and reading detective books. The family had gone to Ambala jail to meet Godse a day before he was hanged on November 15, 1949. Godse's niece and Gopal Godse's daughter Himani Savarkar had said in an interview that she had gone to Ambala jail to meet her with her mother the day before the execution.

She was two and a half years old at the time. After his arrest, Godse had identified Gandhi's son Devdas Gandhi (Father of Rajmohan Gandhi) when he reached the police station to meet Godse. The meeting has been mentioned by Nathuram's brother and co-accused Gopal Godse in his book. Gopal Godse wrote in his book, Devdas may have come in the hope that he would see a gruesome face, a bloodthirsty murderer of Gandhi, but Nathuram was comfortable and gentle. His confidence was there. In sharp contrast to what Devdas might have thought, Nathuram still had a gentle face and a sense of contentment with peace. Nathuram said to Devdas Gandhi, "I am Nathuram Vinayak Godse editor of Hindi newspaper Hindu Rashtra. I was also there (where Gandhi was killed). You have lost your father today. You are hurt because of me. I am also deeply saddened by the pain that has been caused to you and your family. Please believe me, I have not done this because of any personal rivalry, I have no hatred or bad feelings from you.''

Nathuram Godse's statement in the court was banned during the time of those who questioned the court today, while the same man made a statement by Mumbai blast convict Jacob even while taking a bath and conveying the news emotionally to the public. Gopal Godse mentions Nathuram's will in the article of his book. The last line read: "If the Government removes the ban on my statement in court, whenever it happens, I authorize you to publish it.'' Nathuram Godse's statements also said that my first responsibility is for Hindutva and Hindus, being a patriot and a world citizen.

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