Ex-Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh retires from Rajya Sabha, PM Modi says……

Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi pays homage to our Ex-Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on 3rd April 2024, Wednesday. He governed India during the years 2004- 2014 as the Prime Minister serving 33 years in the Indian Parliament. Our Prime Minister, PM Modi was addressing the farewell of the retiring members at Rajya Sabha. Dr. Manmohan Singh retires from Rajya Sabha after successful working.

“Hope experience of retiring MPs will benefit country; inspire new generations”- said PM Modi Ji. In the old Parliament building, PM Narendra Modi recalled”. It was known that the treasury bench would win but Dr. Manmohan Singh came on his wheelchair and cast his vote. This was during the trust vote against the government. This demonstrates how a member is aware of his responsibilities. 

Farewell Party at Rajya Sabha

Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar’s home will host a farewell party for retiring Rajya Sabha members on Thursday. At 10 in the morning, Rajya Sabha members gathered at Rashtrapati Bhavan for a group photo. They will go to the retiring members’ farewell party later at 6.30 p.m. at the Chairman’s house at 6 Maulana Azad Road. He thanked Leader of the Opposition Mallikarjun Kharge for releasing a “black paper” criticizing his government, calling it “kaala teeka” (to ward off the evil eye) amid his government’s good work, in a caustic jab at the Congress. 

PM Modi pay tribute

 As a further act of protest, the Prime Minister mentioned the opposition MPs’ black robes worn in the House, saying,”. We also saw a fashion parade in the Rajya Sabha when some members came in black clothes.” 

 He wished everyone the best of luck and expressed the hope that their experiences would be useful to future generations. After serving their entire terms, sixty-eight Rajya Sabha members will retire between February and May.

More about Dr. Manmohan Singh

He was born on 26th September 1932 and is popularly known as the 13th Prime Minister of India. Dr. Manmohan Singh is the 3rd longest-serving PM post just after Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. He lost his mother when he was young and grew up with his paternal grandmother. There are several posts held such as Chief Economic Advisor, Reserve Bank, and Planning Commission. He served as a teacher at Punjab University after returning from Cambridge 

This time, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge wrote a heartfelt letter to the outgoing Indian prime minister. Singh’s retirement, according to Kharge’s letter, marks the end of an era. 

Special of Ex. Prime Minister

Manmohan Singh, he added, will always be a “hero” to the middle class and young people with ambition. In addition, he praised the former prime minister, calling him a “leader and guide to the industrialists and entrepreneurs, and a benefactor to all those poor who were able to climb out of poverty due to your economic policies.” 

Dr. Manmohan Singh retires from Rajya Sabha and he is very proficient in Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and English languages at the age of 91. He is one of the best parliamentary speakers till now. He collects many memories in Rajya Sabha right from starting library section, and magazines to reading articles 

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