Today, Nandan Jha, Secretary General of the Gandhi-Mandela Foundation, met both Ministers of State for Home Nityanand Rai and Ajay Kumar Mishra at the Ministry of Home Affairs, North Block, Delhi. Secretary General Nandan Jha gave him detailed information about the work being done by the Gandhi-Mandela Foundation for world peace and harmony.
Along with this, he was told about the program proposed by the Gandhi-Mandela Foundation in Bodh Gaya and West Champaran in Bihar, in which Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai agreed to attend.
Pleasure to meet and discuss about the upcoming Gandhi Mandela foundation project in Champaran & Bodh Gaya to the Hon’ble Union Minister of State For Home Affairs Govt of India Shri @NityanandRai & Shri @AjayKumarmishra pic.twitter.com/3BLZSjH1JY— Nandan Jha (@Nandan_Jha4) April 6, 2023
The Secretary General, Gandhi Mandela Foundation, informed him about the event organized yesterday evening by the High Commission of the Republic of Rwanda in India, the United Nations (India) and the Gandhi Mandela Foundation to mark the 29th anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and invited them to join the event. About eight lakh people died in this massacre.
On this occasion, Secretary General of Gandhi-Mandela Foundation Nandan Jha honored both the Ministers of State for Home Affairs with garlands, shawls and Gandhiji's charkha. Both the Ministers of State for Home appreciated the work being done by the Gandhi Mandela Foundation and expressed their desire to participate in future events.
The Gandhi Mandela Foundation aims to advance the non-violent ideas of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation and Nelson Mandela, the first black President of South Africa. The headquarters of the Gandhi Mandela Foundation is in New Delhi. The organization has its presence across the globe. Globally, it also has offices in the US, Africa, Russia, London, Switzerland, China, Nepal and Bangladesh. The president of this organization is Swami Avdheshanand Giri Ji Maharaj, a Hindu spiritual leader of India, and the patron is Swami Ram Dev. Former Chief Justices of three countries (India, Nepal and Bangladesh) are associated with this association.