New Delhi: We proudly say that our democratic system is the most different and the best in the world. There are differences among the leaders here, on the ideas and issues they attack each other, but never let disputes happen. This is the beauty of our democratic system. One view of this was found in Delhi on Sunday. Here Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh are sitting beside the same platform. During this meeting PM Modi himself stepped forward and welcomed the senior politician.
During this meeting, seeing the smile of the faces of the two leaders, seeing this, only that can be said, democracy Zindabad. This picture is also special because during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi would have targeted Manmohan Singh in many speeches that he did not know. Apart from this, during the assembly elections held in several states including Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, PM Modi attacks Manmohan Singh’s government. The Lok Sabha elections are going to be held once again next year, in which the series can start once again. Despite all this, meeting the smiling of both the leaders speaks of the success and democracy of democracy.
Indeed, Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu presented his one-year tenure with a book in his book. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, former PM HD Deve Gowda, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Congress Deputy Leader in Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma present at the release ceremony of Naidu’s book “Moving on Moving Forward”. are. On this occasion the leaders kept their point.
Talk of discipline is termed as ‘autocracy’ these days: Modi
On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called the importance of discipline in the system as primary and said that these days discipline is termed as ‘autocracy’. While referring to the disciplined work style of Vice President Naidu, PAT said that the systematic methodology is essential for success in fulfilling the obligations, this quality is beneficial for both the system and the person.
PM Modi said, “Venkaiah ji is very persistent towards discipline and the situation of our country is such that it has become simpler now to call discipline unconstitutional,” the Prime Minister said. “If a person insists on discipline, It is said that people sit down and open the dictionary to give it some names,
The Prime Minister said that this book of Wankeya ji is a compilation of his experiences as well, through this, through this, he has presented the account of his work done in a year through this, he said that Naidu has made Vice President The template for giving a new look to the institution is drawn in this book, whose glimpse is clear in it,
It is worth noting that Naidu has shared his experiences in the 245-page book, using 465 photographs in which he traveled 27 states of the country in the last one year, visits to various educational institutions, various conferences and Presented their experiences related to the celebrations,
Manmohan Singh praised Naidu for these lines
During his address, former PM Manmohan Singh said that: – Venkaiah Naidu Vice Presidential career covers his political and administrative experience, and it is reflected in his one-year term to a large extent. But the best is still going to come. Some poet has said, ‘There are other preceding stars, there are even more Ishq’s Imtahs.’
Discrimination on any basis is not acceptable to nationalists: Naidu
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that the Indian culture is described as a world culture, that discrimination on religion, caste and gender or any other basis is not acceptable to any nationalist in the culture wished for welfare and happiness of all, Naidu is Vice President and Release of his book ‘Moving on Moving Forward’, based on experiences of one year’s tenure as Chairman of the Rajya Sabha Ultimate Fantastic culture called ‘Indian culture world Maroh should maintain it,’ ‘he said’ Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam ‘the spirit of Indian philosophy and the underlying message of keeping everyone guessing it,