The demand of BJP spokesperson - Change the name of Delhi airport after Veer Savarkar, Modi-Shah paid tribute
Today the birth anniversary of Hindutva ideologue Veer Savarkar is being celebrated. All the leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Home Minister Amit Shah have paid tribute to him. On this occasion, BJP spokesperson Gaurav Goyal demanded that Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport be renamed after Veer Savarkar.
The PM tweeted and said, Respect tribute to Veer Savarkar, the hardworking son of Mother Bharati, on his birth anniversary. Modi has also shared a picture album on Savarkar with messages (voiceover) from him and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, talking about the qualities and contributions of the leading Hindutva ideologue.
Veer Savarkar was born in Maharashtra in 1883. He was a strong ideologue of Hindutva. BJP spokesperson Gaurav Goyal has demanded that Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport should be named after Veer Savarkar. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said in his message, 'Freedom fighter, social activist and a scholar, Veer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was one of the prominent thinkers of Hindutva. On the occasion of his birth anniversary, the esteemed PM shared a clip of him describing various qualities of Savarkar.
Many respects: Shah
Home Minister Amit Shah bowed to him on Savarkar Jayanti. He tweeted, 'Many tributes to the symbol of nationalism, freedom Veer Savarkar on his birth anniversary. Savarkar Jim's life is a classic example of how one can live for the country by burning sesame seeds and patriotism in every particle of the body. His sacrificing life will continue to give us inspiration and strength. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted remembering him. He wrote, 'Veer Savarkar was the epitome of courage, determination, and sacrifice.'
Dedicated life for nationalism: Yogi
Remembering Veer Savarkar on his birth anniversary, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath tweeted, 'The entire life of Swatantraveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar Ji was devoted to the worship of Mother Bharati and the spread of nationalism.'