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Che’s Revolutionary Spirit Is More Relevant Now In Contemporary India Than Before

 

Che Guevara has evolved into an ideal icon of various leftist movements.

Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century.

Recalling Che Guevara on his 51st death anniversary, Jana Sena party chief Pawan Kalyan said “as long as the inequality, oppression & tyranny exists in this world; so the fighting spirit of ‘che’ continues to exist . Remembering ‘ Che’ on the day of his Last Breath.”

““Che’s revolutionary spirit is more relevant now  in contemporary India than before. Money, Media & Political power in the hands of few has created unprecedented inequality and oppression against crores of helpless,downtrodden, poor,helpless lower middle class in modern India,” Jana Sena founder said in a statement.

Mr. Kalyan also said, “‘Che’ is not a merchandise to make money but a great spirit who gave up his life for the meek & helpless.”

Jana Sena chief further added, “all of us should do our bit part in our own way, to make our Political leaders accountable for their decisions & policies which dampens the spirit of Indian constitution.”

Che Guevara has evolved into an ideal icon of various leftist movements. Time magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century.