PM Modi a ‘Yug Purush, says Anurag Thakur at Namo Sahitya Mahotsav


GG News Bureau

New Delhi, 26th Sept. Union Minister Anurag Thakur, while sharing the works of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his vision for India, described him as a man of the era ‘Yug Purush’.

Anurag Thakur said that after the year 2014, the picture of India has come on the world stage as a shining India. In the Modi era, an India has been created which cares about the person standing in the last line and which cares about the rights of women. The enemy is afraid of looking at India in the Modi era.

He was speaking at the Namo Sahitya Mahotsav of books written on Prime Minister Narendra Modi organized at the Constitution Club in Delhi on Monday.

Books of four well-known writers were discussed in Namo Sahitya Mahotsav.

Among the books discussed were “Narendra Modi The Game Changer” by Sudesh Verma, “Morning with a Billion” by Uday Mahurkar, “The Architect of BJP” by Ajay Kumar Singh and “Narendra Modi Censored” by DD News anchor and author Ashok Srivastava were included.

Authors of books were also honored in this program organized in Delhi. All the authors shared their experiences of their book written on Modi.

Renowned writer Ram Bahadur Rai, Chairman of the Sahitya Mahotsav program and President of Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra, congratulated all the writers and said that Narendra Modi is the pillar of changing India who will be remembered for ages. The history which Congress wanted to forget, Narendra Modi wanted to remind the people of. For example, the horrors of partition. It is important for us to remember this history because this partition was horrific. In this partition, more than 15 lakh women were either subjected to inhuman and indecent treatment or died.

Ram Bahadur Rai said that India’s cultural awakening has happened only during the Modi period. Be it Kashi Vishwanath Corridor or the world’s tallest statue of Sardar Patel in Kevadiya or the statue of Shankaracharya in Madhya Pradesh or the statue of Nataraja in G20.

He said that no one would have thought that India’s proposal to G-20 would be passed with consensus so easily.

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