"It is a commendable attempt to keep alive the ideology and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi among our people, particularly at a time when his ideology and philosophy was under so much stress and duress", he said.
The great grandson of father of the nation also congratulated the government for organising the exhibition titled "My life is my message".
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the philosophies of Mahatma Gandhi has larger significance at a time "when intolerance and communalism is emerging in the country in new forms."
Vijayan also said the father of the nation had resisted people who wanted to build a nation on the basis of religion.
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