Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a shining star in the political history of India. Atal Bihari Vajpayee is one of the few prime ministers in the history of India to have ruled the country since independence. He devoted himself to the service of the country till the last day of his life. It is through his hands that the present day Bharatiya Janata Party has been able to establish itself in India. Today, on the birthday of this great personality, there was immense respect for him.
The last two years have seen this great leader no longer exist among us. He has vanished into space after overcoming the illusion of life. On this great day, I will present to you a piece of information about him, which will make every Indian proud. Or he demanded the whole of Pakistan as marriage dowry and dowry!
Atal Bihari Vajpayee's skill
Born on December 25, 1924 in the Sindh camp in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, this great personality of India. His father Krishna Bihari Vajpayee was a professor by profession and his mother was Krishna Devi. From an early age he was so adept at politics that even older and more experienced leaders listened to him.
India-Pakistan bus service launched
Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the then Prime Minister, launched the bus service between India and Pakistan in 1999. Atal Bihari Vajpayee himself went to Lahore on this bus service from Amritsar in Punjab to Lahore in Pakistan. Upon his arrival in Pakistan, he was warmly invited.
He also slammed Pakistan from the Pak Governor's House, saying, “Even if you can change friends, you will never change neighbors.” You have the power to change history, you have the power to change geography.
Why aren't you married yet?
Although a Pakistani reporter present at the meeting asked her a complex question at the end of her speech, she answered it easily. The Pakistani reporter asked the female atlas, “Why aren't you married yet?” If you want, I agree to marry you. But I have a condition that the whole of Kashmir should be given to me as a gift by seeing my face in marriage. '
Atalji answered fluently
The former prime minister responded to the Pak reporter's question with a smile. Not at all excited, he replied with a smile, ‘I agree to get married. But I want the whole of Pakistan as a dowry for marriage.