Nelson Mandela, Africa's "Gandhi," died today at the age of 95. No one will ever forget Nelson Mandela's commitment to the battle against apartheid in South Africa, as well as his role as an angel of peace across the world. Mandela battled apartheid for a long period, spending 27 years in jail in the process. On December 5, the world will be without their contribution, which was planned to commemorate their death anniversary.
Nelson Rolihla Mandela was Nelson Mandela's full name. He was born in the settlement of Mwejo in Umtata, Cape Province, South Africa, on July 18, 1918. Let us remind you that Mandela's father was the town's tribal chieftain. His father, on the other hand, died when he was 12 years old. Nelson considered pursuing law when his father died, and he had given up his position as head of his caste. He had, however, entered politics before the advocacy was completed.
In 1944, Mandela began working with the African National Congress. Nelson, who had earned a name for himself among the people, founded the African National Congress Youth League soon after and served as its secretary for three years. Mandela was also chosen as a member of the African National Congress's Executive Committee a few years later.
While it has been proven that Nelson Mandela battled apartheid in South Africa with freedom, just as he fought for independence in India. In 1944, Nelson Mandela launched the anti-apartheid struggle. Mandela then became a member of the African National Congress. In the same year, he created the African National Congress Youth League with his friends and supporters, and he was chosen secretary of the league in 1947.
Nitin Gadkari pays respect: Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari paid tribute to Nelson Mandela on the occasion, according to sources. On his death anniversary, he paid respect to him on the Ku App, writing, "Humble tribute son of Bharat Ratna Nelson Mandela ji."
On the occasion of the great patriot, saint, and philosopher Shri Arvind Ghosh ji's death anniversary, Om Birla has published a post on koo - a modest homage to the great patriot, saint, and philosopher Shri Arvind Ghosh ji. His thought was a fantastic fusion of Indian and Western culture. He will be remembered for his tireless attempts to bring spiritual awareness to human existence.