Presented below are some of the political cartoon images of Gandhiji taken from many sources. The credit is given below each image. Cartoons relating Gandhiji and our Indian leaders might interest you. Many of them are subtle, thought-provoking and funny.
Here, in the picture on the wall the netha is closing the eyes of Gandhiji so that he can accept the hush-hush money without any inhibition or fear. Here greed takes precedence over the ethical aspect of a leader.
In the top picture the politician is hesitating to talk about corruption and prefers discussion on secularism. Though one could see a gentle smile on Gandhi's picture, it is obvious, he is pained over the present political scenario where money plays a vital role.
Gandhiji considers it criminal to spend the income from the sale of intoxicants on the education of the nation’s children or other public services. The government must overcome the temptation of using such revenue for nation-building purposes. ,,,,(Harijan. 21 September 1947)
Man who failed to pay bank loan:Liquor Baron Vijay Mallya who is hiding in England and now facing huge penalty for nonpayment of bank loans and evasion of income tax is returning glasses to Mahatma Gandhi which he procured in an auction in New York. But it seems Gandhiji is reluctant to see the happenings around him.