In which countries are Gandhi statues?

The statue was destroyed on the night of June 2nd to 3rd

The defacement of Mahatma Gandhi's statue by unknown villains was a "disgrace," said US President Donald Trump days after it was destroyed with graffiti and spray painting during nationwide protests against the murder of African American George Floyd. The statue opposite the Indian embassy was destroyed on the night of June 2-3, prompting the Indian embassy to file a complaint with local law enforcement. The incident occurred during the week of nationwide protests against the Floyd assassination in Minneapolis on May 25th. "It was a shame," Trump made a brief comment on Monday in the White House when asked about the incident. The Indian embassy here has opened the matter with the US State Department for an early investigation, as well as with the Metropolitan Police and the National Park Service. It is working with the U.S. Department of State, the Metropolitan Police, and the National Park Service to quickly restore the statue in the park. The US President and First Lady Melania Trump spent a lot of time at the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad during her visit to India in February. Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally gave them a tour of the historic site. "The First Lady and I just had the pleasure of visiting Mahatma Gandhi's Ashram, a few miles from here, where he started the famous Salt March," said Trump during his address at the Namaste Trump rally at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad on said February 24th. A day later, Trump and the First Lady also laid a wreath at Raj Ghat in New Delhi. On the walls of the White House hang pictures of Trump and the First Lady with Gandhi's spinning wheel during their visit to the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad. Last week, leading U.S. lawmakers and the Trump campaign condemned the statue's destruction. "Very disappointing," tweeted Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald J. Trump's advisor to President Inc. and National Chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committees. North Carolina Senator Tom Tillis said, "It is a shame to see the defacement of the Gandhi statue in Washington DC." "Gandhi pioneered peaceful protest and demonstrated the great change it can bring. Civil unrest, looting and vandalism don't bring us together," he said. Senator Marco Rubio said, "More evidence that violent radicals and common lunatics have." hijacked legitimate protests to create anarchy or for their own ends. “Protests against the Floyd assassination in the US have become violent and prestigious monuments have been damaged. In Washington DC, protesters burned a historic church and damaged monuments such as the Lincoln Memorial. The US Ambassador to India, Ken Juster, apologized for the incident see the desecration of the Gandhi statue in Wash, DC. Please accept our sincere apologies, ”he said. “Horrified also at the terrible death of George Floyd and the terrible violence and vandalism. We stand against prejudice and discrimination of any kind. We will recover and get better, "he said in a tweet last week. One of the few statues of a foreign leader in a state in Washington DC was the statue of Gandhi by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the presence of then US President Bill Clinton consecrated on September 16, 2000 during his state visit to the US Courtesy: The Week

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