Gandhi’s son Ramdas Gandhi castigated his father and said that “ your life has become curse for Hindu Jati”
Gandhi’s son Ramdas Gandhi was extremely angry with his father for his misdeeds. He considered him as a curse for the country and Hindus. A vivid description of the same has been given by a top Muslim League leader, Chaudhry Khaliquzazaman in his book “Pathway to Pakistan” on page 404. He writes “I met Gandhiji on 30th
September 1947, after nine years. He embraced me very cordially and then both of us sat down on his khadi mattress nearby a low table on which there was a letter which Gandhiji asked me to read. It was from his son Ramdas Gandhi, who had spared no curses on his old father. To sum up in one sentence, he said your life has become curse for the Hindu Jati. I was naturally very much touched by this outburst of the son against his father and told Gandhiji, ”This is very painful reading. What do you propose to do about it? He replied, “I want to fight it out with my life. I would not allow the Muslmans to crawl on the streets in India. They must walk with self-respect.” After this short talk Gandhiji of his own accord said,’Khaliq, you once told me that Patel was my Yesman. He is not now my Yesman”. I told Gandhi that I also knew that he was not at this time his Yesman, but a representative of the Hindu Mahasabha in the Congress, balking Gandhiji at every step.”
Here one can see, that Gandhi talked ill of Sardar Patel, who followed him throughout his life and devoted his entire life for freedom struggle, to a hard-core Muslim League Leader which had not only divided India on communal lines, but also butchered one million Hindus and Sikhs and abducted Hindu women numbering about one lakh. Gandhi shamelessly acted like an agent of Muslim League and Pakistan. Most of the people are not aware of these facts. Gandhian government and writers have been spreading lies, and small children are told from the beginning that Gandhi was messenger of peace and non-violence, and brought freedom. This is all humbug.
Excerpt from the-Mahatma Gandhi-A Curse for Bharat – Ramdas Gandhi