New Delhi: Prime MInister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP nationwide President J.P. Nadda on Tuesday paid tributes to the founding father of Jana Sangh Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his death anniversary.
“Tribute to Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee, the great son of India on his death anniversary,” Modi stated in a tweet.
Shah additionally recalled the works of Mookerjee and stated that he by no means compromised on the integrity of India and laid his life for the nation. In a sequence of tweets, Shah stated, “Mookerjee, was a hero who not only fought for the country’s independence but also fought for the integrity of the country and laid his life. His tenacity and struggle to keep Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir as an integral part of India is praiseworthy.”
“He did not take time to resign from the government without compromising on the people and country’s interest. His life and works will inspire crores of people like me, tributes to such a unique symbol of national identity,” Shah stated in one other tweet in Hindi.
Nadda additionally took to Twitter and wrote, “Tributes to Mookerjee on his death anniversary, who opposed one nation, two constitutions, and was a source of inspiration for the abolition of Article 370 and 35A for all round development of Jammu and Kashmir.”
Mookerjee had given the slogan of ‘no two Constitutions, no two Prime Ministers and no two flags in one nation’.
Mookerjee, who was recognized to be a harsh critic of the Congress get together in unbiased India, was in opposition to Article 370 and 35A had expressed his displeasure at particular standing for Jammu and Kashmir.
He based Bharatiya Jana Sangh that later grew to become the BJP.