Let There be Separate Memorials for AB Vajpayee & N. Modi
August27, 2018 (C) Ravinder Singh email@example.com
India a great nation of 1300m these times is engaged in Weird Debates all the time than discussing REAL PROBLEMS facing the country engage genuine experts than half baked politicians or Parasite NGOs.
The idea of converting Nehru Memorial in to Memorial of all Prime Ministers where PM Nehru lived for 17 years or so and was the ‘Nerve Center of Political Activity’, met Foreign Leaders, Ambassadors, State Leaders, important decisions that CHANGED INDIA were formed in Teen Murti Bhawan and it was Nehru’s 24X7 PM Home Office also, is most weird.
Next government may think of Demolishing MK Gandhi, Shastri, Rajiv G., Indira G., Charan Singh ++ memorials at Raj Ghat and build a Multistory Common Memorial.
Every memorial is UNIQUE.
Nehru is MOST UNIQUE – he communicated with world leaders through letters while present generation operate through secretaries and emails.
Nehru was deeply involved in EVERY DECISION MAKING – no depending on secretaries so he was most efficient in implementing development projects.
Nehru created 6.07 million hectares, 62.5% growth of Utilized Irrigationpotential to cost just Rs.1332 Cr only in about 15 years or Rs.220 Cr per million hectare but in XI five year plan 1.27 million hectare or 3.7% more Utilized created at Rs.1,64,853 Cr in 5 years or Rs.1,30,000 Cr per million hectare.
Vajpayee was living in a BIG BUNAGLOW after defeat – could be converted to Memorial.
Narendra Modi memorial should be ready before he is defeated and no longer Prime Minister.
Manmohan Singh’s home currently could be Converted in to Memorial.
But memorial should be built either after they Quit Politics or are no more.
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