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Rajiv Gandhi Birth Anniversary 2018: PM Modi said, We remember his work & efforts for the nation

Rajiv Gandhi Birth Anniversary 2018: PM Modi said, We remember his work & efforts for the nation: You all may know that today is the Birth Anniversary of former late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Also, the whole world including his family and other opposition parties paid tribute to late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his Birth Anniversary. Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who is the son of Late Rajiv Gandhi, shared his memories, along with other political members. You all may want to look what he said, check below.

Rajiv Gandhi Birth Anniversary 2018

He shared his beautiful memories where he wrote that “Rajiv Gandhi was a kind, gentle and affectionate man whose untimely death left a deep void in my life. I remember the times we had together and the many birthdays we were lucky to celebrate with him when he was alive. He is greatly missed, but his memory lives on.” You all can see the father-son relationship’s love and sadness in this tweet.

PM Modi shared, “Tributes to our former Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi Ji on his birth anniversary. We remember his efforts towards the nation.” Overall, you all can see that everyone including the PM is sharing the good thoughts and memory of Shri Rajiv Gandhi Ji on his birth Anniversary.

Reports are coming that former President Pranab Mukherjee, Ex-Vice President Hamid Ansari, former prime minister Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka and Robert Vadra, Ashok Gehlot, Ghulam Nabi Azad and other senior leaders also paid their tribute to the former prime minister. You all should know that Rajiv Gandhi wasn’t only the big political leader but he has the biggest fan following you can ever see.

Well, you all should know that Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated on the night of May 21, 1991, at Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu by a woman suicide bomber, who later identified as Dhanu, at a poll rally. Also, you all may know that the fourteen others, including Dhanu herself, were also killed in the blast. Even the reports are suggesting that Gandhi’s assassination was perhaps the first case of suicide bombing which had claimed the life of a high-profile leader.