Fourth Monkey of Gandhiji Displayed at Mohta Park


Fourth Monkey of Gandhiji Displayed at Mohta Park

Today on the Martyrs Day, the Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who was assassinated on January 30, 1948, a poster was installed at Mohta Park depicting not three but four monkeys of Gandhiji; three of them describing the well known sermons of Gandhi - see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil, and the fourth monkey was shown with folding hands and saying ‘Do no Evil’.

 
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Fourth Monkey of Gandhiji Displayed at Mohta ParkToday on the Martyrs Day, the Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who was assassinated on January 30, 1948, a poster was installed at Mohta Park depicting not three but four monkeys of Gandhiji; three of them describing the well known sermons of Gandhi – see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil, and the fourth monkey was shown with folding hands and saying ‘Do no Evil’.

The Poster titled ‘Aakhir Haivan kab Insaan Kehlayega’ (When evil will turn into a human being?) was made in regard to the alarming situation concerning the safety and security of women in India, which is exacerbating with every passing day with growing number of cases like rape and abuse.

Initiated by National Service Scheme branch of Guru Govind Singh School, the poster was kept for public display, at Mohta Park near Information Centre.

Sanjay Badala, program officer NSS said, “The growing number of crime against women is a serious issue and need stern action by all of us. To prevent such crime and to spread respect for women, we added the fourth monkey with Gandhiji’s three monkeys.”

Students of Guru Gobind Singh also sang the song ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Raam’ and spread their message on Martyrs Day.

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