Extrordinair support movement of Scotland’s first ever Mahatma Gandhi statue

The scenic town of Ayr on the south-west shore of Scotland became the first Scottish spot to set up a statue of Mahatma Gandhi, marking a different location from the United Kingdom to honour the life and times of their iconic leader of India’s independence struggle. Extrordinair proudly supported the customs clearance and delicate final mile delivery of the 6ft statue to Ayr.

The statue was introduced in the Ayr city hall earlier this year from the consul-general of India Anju Ranjan and Helen Moonie, provost of the South Ayrshire within an event attended by MPs, councillors, academics, leaders of community organizations and agents of the military and police.

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