Mahatma Gandhi want Mohammed Ali Jinnah become PM, but Nehru did not accept: Dalai Lama
Tibet spiritual guru Dalai Lama on Wednesday claimed that Mahatma Gandhi wanted Mohammed Ali Jinnah to sit in the country's top post, but Jawaharlal Nehru adopted the 'self-centered attitude' to become the first Prime Minister. Dalai Lama claimed that If Mahatma Gandhi's wish to make Jinnah the first Prime Minister would have been implemented, then there is no division of India. On the question of a student Replying to the 83-year-old Dalai Lama, "I believe that democratic system is very good rather than a feudal system. Some people have the power to make decisions in the feudal system, which is very dangerous. He said, 'I think it was Pandit Nehru's self-centered attitude to see himself as the Prime Minister. If Mahatma Gandhi's thinking had been accepted, then India and Pakistan would be one. ' He said, 'I know Pandit Nehru very well. He was a very experienced and intelligent person, but sometimes mistakes happen.
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