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Thambidurai of the AIADMK responds to Kharge’s tricolor remark by saying, “The whole of India is Modi’s home”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hoist the tricolor at Red Fort on Independence Day of next year, according to AIADMK leader M Thambidurai, responding to remarks made by Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge that he would do so at his residence.theindiaprint.com thambidurai of the aiadmk responds to kharges tricolor remark by saying the whole of india is modis home vikatan 11zon

The head of the AIADMK, a member of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the Centre, said ANI on Wednesday that Prime Minister Modi considers all of India to be his home. Because he doesn’t have a family of his own, he views his people as family. Therefore, the only location in the nation where he can and will hoist the flag is Red Fort. Kharge may have a family of his own, but for Prime Minister Modi, the whole nation is his house and his family. Therefore, Kharge’s assertion is true. He (PM Modi) will raise the national flag at his home in Red Fort again next year.

 

The Congress national president, who skipped the main event at the Red Fort, responded to PM Modi’s comments that he would highlight the advancements the nation has made on the following Independence Day during his address to the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on Tuesday, August 15. He said, “He will hoist the national flag once again next year, but at his home.”

 

 

Thambidurai visited the Sadaiv Atal monument in the nation’s capital earlier on Wednesday to pay floral tributes in honor of the former prime minister on the occasion of his fifth death anniversary.

 

Significantly, the BJP invited members of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to the ceremony for the first time to pay respects to the three-time former prime minister.

 

Former Bihar Chief Minister Jeetan Ram Manjhi, Tamil Manila Congress leader GK Vasan, AIADMK’s Thambi Durai, Apna Dal leader Anupriya Patel, and NCP leaders Praful Patel and Agatha Sangama were among the NDA’s partner leaders present at the event.

 

We are extremely glad to be here and appreciate the BJP for inviting us, Thambidurai said in response to the invitation made by the BJP to all NDA partners on the day of the passing of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Wednesday. Atal-ji has always been highly respected by us.

 

To honor the late statesman who received the Bharat Ratna, the nation’s highest civilian honor, Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje also made her way to Vajpayee’s monument.

 

“Atal-ji served as an example for all of us. We’re here today to pay him our respects on the anniversary of his passing. He served as an example for the whole nation. He showed us how to properly lead a coalition government by including all coalition members. All we are doing is walking in his shoes. She said to ANI on Wednesday, “He may not be among us longer, but his inspiration and blessings continue to lead us.

 

At the “Sadaiv Atal” monument on Wednesday, President Droupadi Murmu presided over the tributes to Vajpayee on the occasion of his fifth death anniversary.

 

The monument for the saffron hero also received floral tributes from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankar, Home Minister Amit Shah, and Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

 

Vajpayee, who was born in Gwalior in 1924, emerged as the first non-Congress prime minister to complete a full term in office and served as the BJP’s spokesperson for decades.

 

From May 16, 1996, to June 1, 1996, and again from March 19, 1998, to May 22, 2004, he was India’s prime minister.

 

In the administration of Prime Minister Moraji Desai, he also served as India’s Minister of External Affairs from 1977 to 1979. On August 16, 2018, he died away at the AIIMS Hospital in Delhi.

 

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