When the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi received the title of ‘Father of the Nation’, the Ministry of Home Affairs is also not aware of it. This is to say that Rakesh Kumar Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs. Rakesh Kumar Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, has written these things in response to an RTI.
Kamlesh Kumar Singh of Varanasi sought information from the Ministry of Home Affairs under RTI on August 13, seeking to know officially when Mahatma Gandhi got the status of Father of the Nation. But on November 19, when Kamlesh got the RTI reply, his senses flew away. In a reply sent by the Ministry of Home Affairs, it was written in a line that ‘No details are available with the Ministry regarding the information you have asked for’.
Nbt online In a conversation with Kamlesh, he told that in many books, he wanted to get information in this regard when Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi finally got the status of Father of the Nation. When he did not get the correct information about it in the books, he wrote a letter directly from the Ministry of Home Affairs under the Right to Information Act, but there he was disappointed.
In 1947 he was first called the Father of the Nation
Kamlesh was said to have addressed Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi for the first time in 1947 after independence. During a press conference, Sarojini Naidu called him as such. But when the Mahatma Gandhi officially became the Father of the Nation, the Ministry of Home Affairs does not have any account of this.