Numerous programs including blood donation camps, sporting and cultural events will be held across the country to mark the 77th anniversary of the birth of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the Indian Congress of India announced today. the youth.
A special photo exhibition honoring the late prime minister will also be held in the nation’s capital on the occasion, according to a statement from the Indian Youth Congress (IYC).
Rajiv Gandhi, who was Prime Minister from 1984 to 1989, was born on August 20, 1944. He was assassinated by the LTTE during an election campaign in 1991.
Bharat Ratna Rajiv Gandhi’s birthday is celebrated as âSadbhavana Diwasâ by Congress.
Indian Youth Congress workers across the country will pay tribute to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on ‘Sadhbhavana Diwas’. Many programs such as photo exhibitions, cultural and sporting events,’ run for the nation “Blood donation camps, among others, will be held at the state, district, assembly and bloc levels,” the statement said.
IYC National President Srinivas BV remembered Rajiv Gandhi for his vision of modern India and called him “the father of the information and telecommunications technology revolution in the country” .
âRajiv Gandhi, who became Prime Minister at the age of 40, created modern India. On his initiative, the Indian telecommunications network was created. The telecommunications network has gone from the city to the villages so that the inhabitants of the villages can also connect with the country and the world in terms of communication, âhe said in a statement.