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Gandhi Assassination Conspirator Says No Regrets

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Gandhi Assassination Conspirator Says No Regrets

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The last surviving conspirator in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi says, 50 years later, he would do it again. Gopal Godse says he cannot forgive Gandhi for betraying India's Hindus by agreeing to partition and a secular Indian government when the country won independence from Great Britain in 1947. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.

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