The Mormon Church has this controversial practice - they like to posthumously baptize, by proxy, deceased non-Mormons in order to help their souls get into a sub-heaven (not the main reserved for Mormons, it should be noted).
For example, Mormons have posthumously baptized Anne Frank as a Mormon. Several times.
Now they've added Gandhi to their ranks. That's right. Mormons have posthumously made Gandhi a Mormon.
Mahatma Gandhi, who employed nonviolent civil disobedience to lead India to independence after more than a century of British rule, was posthumously baptized by proxy by a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, according to information provided to The Huffington Post.