One of many admirable issues about Naidu ji is his ardour for Indian languages, stated the Prime Minister
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday lauded the retiring Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu for the a number of roles he performed in his lengthy political profession and complimented him on his witty one-liners.
Delivering a farewell speech within the Rajya Sabha two days forward of Naidu’s retirement, the Prime Minister stated he has labored with Naidu intently through the years and seen him take up totally different obligations and carry out every of them with nice dedication.
Lauding the ability of speech of the vice President, PM Modi stated, “The one-liners of Venkaiah Naidu ji are well-known. They’re wit-liners. His command over the languages has all the time been nice.”
“There’s each depth and substance in what Venkaiah ji says,” stated the Prime Minister whereas initiating the farewell speech to honour the Vice President.
As our Vice President, the Prime Minister stated “You devoted plenty of time to youth welfare. Numerous your programmes had been centered on Yuva Shakti.”
“After we mark August fifteenth this 12 months, it will likely be an Independence Day when the President, VP, Speaker and PM would have been born after Independence. And that too, every of them hail from quite simple backgrounds,” PM Modi stated within the Rajya Sabha.
One of many admirable issues about Naidu ji is his ardour for Indian languages, stated the Prime Minister, including “this was mirrored in how he presided over the Home”.
“He contributed to elevated productiveness of the Rajya Sabha. Round 70 per cent productiveness of Rajya Sabha elevated in your tenure and virtually 177 Payments both handed or debate had been held on them,” stated the Prime Minister.
In 2017, the Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA) nominated M Venkaiah Naidu as its candidate for the vice-presidential election and he went on to grow to be India’s fifteenth vp.
Born on July 1, 1949, the time period of Naidu as Vice President ends on August 10, 2022.