Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was in Ahmedabad on Wednesday, when he also visited the famous Gandhi Ashram.
Netanyahu and his wife Sara wrote in the diary at the Ashram that the visit had left him inspired. But Netanyahu instead of Gandhi, the Israeli prime minister referred to India’s father of the nation as Ghandi. As expected, Twitter users were quick to have a go at Netanyahu for his spelling error.
Netanyahu and Sara wrote, ” An inspiring visit to the heart of one of humanity’s greatest prophets of inspiration- Mahatma Ghandi. (sic)”
Here’s how Twitteratis reacted;
— Leela Prasad (@theblcksheep) January 17, 2018
— analiza pathak (@analizapathak) January 17, 2018
Ghandi is turning in his grave.
— Hakim Yasin (@Hakimyasin) January 17, 2018
If Israel PM don’t know the spelling of Inspiration is somewhat Okay, but misspelling the World’s greatest leader Last Name is no less than Blasphemy! !!
Its Gandhi not Ghandi, come out of colonial mindset, ur Jewish not British! !!
— Sonal Borkar (@BorkarSonal) January 17, 2018