Gandhi, the famous leader of India’s modern national liberation movement and the founder of modern national bourgeois political theory – Gandhi doctrine. The arduous struggle against racial discrimination led by South Africa has won basic equal rights for South African Indians, and has also successfully tested an effective weapon – the theory and practice of truth and non violence.
Gandhi is the representative of the Indian national bourgeoisie and the leader of India’s modern national liberation movement. He has made great contributions to India’s national independence and liberation. On May 27, 1930, Gandhi, the initiator of the Indian independence movement, was arrested. On September 20, 1932, Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of the Indian national movement, began a hunger strike in prison, demanding that 140 seats be reserved for Dalits in the Hindu voter list. On May 5, 1944, Indian national leader Gandhi was released from prison.