Johnson is spinning on a spinning wheel at Mahatma Gandhi’s ashram

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on a two-day visit to India. He went to Gujarat on the first day of his India tour. He set foot in Gandhi’s birthplace and expressed his respect for the father of the Indian nation. He went to the Sabarmati Ashram, which is associated with the memory of Mahatma Gandhi, and spun the yarn on a spinning wheel. The British Prime Minister also wrote a special message on the ‘Visitors’ chest’.

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Boris Johnson writes in the Visitors’ Book that it is a great privilege to visit this wonderful man. Besides, one must come to this ashram to understand how he organized the simple principles of truth and non-violence for the betterment of the world.

Boris Johnson arrived in Ahmedabad on Thursday morning. He was welcomed there by Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and Governor Acharya Debabrata. Senior state officials and ministers were also present to welcome him.

Traditional Gujarati dances and music were performed at the airport in honor of the British Prime Minister. He was then taken from the airport to a hotel in the city. On the way, many people were present to greet him on both sides of the four-kilometer road. There were also 40 roadside stages and cultural events were organized.

Today he has a day-long program in Gujarat. According to sources, the British Prime Minister is scheduled to hold a closed-door meeting with prominent businessmen of the state. He will then visit a factory of JCB, a British construction equipment manufacturer, near Halol in Panchmahal district.

The British Prime Minister will then visit the campus of Gujarat Biotechnology University in Gandhinagar. The university is being developed in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom.

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