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Releases Book “Yuga Purush Bharata Ratna Atal Ji”by Vice President of India

Newdelhi:28/12/17;The Vice President of India, Shri. M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that former Prime Minister, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a sage, visionary par excellence who brought developmental reforms to the forefront of governance. He was addressing a gathering after releasing the book “Yug Purush Bharata Ratna Atal Ji” authored by the Member of Parliament (LS), Dr. Ramesh Pokhrial ‘Nishank’ which was also attended by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Shri. Vijay Goel.

The Vice President lauded the efforts of Shri. Vajpayee in bringing connectivity reforms in Roads, Transport, Telecom and Governance. December 25 the birth day of Shri Vajpayee is celebrated as Good Governance Day is a testament to his contributions to our great Nation, he added.

The Vice President said that Vajpayee’s life is an example for youth and future leaders, adding that the Former Prime Minister governed the country with Dedication, Devotion and Discipline. Shri Vajpayee is like a sage and a yogi, a man of the century, his values, traditions are inspiration of everyone and his contributions will have a long-time effect on the younger generation, he said


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