Gwalior News: Atal ji’s 98th birth anniversary today, BJP leaders paid tribute at his ancestral residence. Atal ji’s 98th birth anniversary today, BJP leaders paid tribute at his ancestral residence

Gwalior News: Today is the 98th birthday of the son of Gwalior, Bharat Ratna, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. People are saluting him in his home town Gwalior including the country. In this sequence, a tribute meeting was organized at Kamal Singh Ka Bagh, located in Shinde’s cantonment, his ancestral residence in Gwalior, in which a large number of BJP leaders reached and paid their respects.

Gwalior News: Atal ji's 98th birth anniversary today, BJP leaders pay tribute at ancestral residence

BJP leaders paid tribute

District in-charge minister Tulsiram Silavat, Gwalior MP Vivek Shejwalkar, former minister and Atal ji’s nephew Anup Mishra, former minister Maya Singh and a large number of BJP officials and local people participated in the tribute meeting and offered flowers on Atal ji’s portrait. Did it

Gwalior News: Atal ji's 98th birth anniversary today, BJP leaders pay tribute at ancestral residence

In-charge minister Silavat said this

In-charge Minister Tulsi Ram Silavat, who reached the tribute meeting, said that Atal ji was an ideal man not only for Gwalior but for the whole country, it is our good fortune that he was born in Gwalior, I salute him as the in-charge minister and take a pledge I will follow the path shown by him.

Gwalior pride day today

Gwalior Pride Day is being celebrated today on 25 December on the occasion of Atal ji’s birthday. The main program will be organized in the evening at Maharaj Bara, the heart of the city, in which All India Poet Conference “Hamare Atal, Pyare Atal” will be organized, Atal Samman will be given, Gwalior Gaurav Samman will be given, Anuradha Paudwal Night will be held. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan will be the chief guest of the program, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia and Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar along with several state government ministers will be present as special guests.

Atul Saxena’s report from Gwalior

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