Narendra Modi inaugurates APJ Abdul Kalam memorial in Tamil Nadu's Rameshwaram [Photos]

Narendra Modi during the occasion said that everybody should give a standing ovation to all those labourers who worked with immense dedication in building APJ Abdul Kalam memorial.

FP Staff July 27, 2017 22:50:44 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated APJ Abdul Kalam's memorial on Thursday in Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu on the second death anniversary of the former president.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated APJ Abdul Kalam's memorial on Thursday in Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu on the second death anniversary of the former president.
Narendra Modi during the occasion said that everybody should give a standing ovation to all those labourers who worked with immense dedication in building APJ Abdul Kalam memorial. PTI
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Narendra Modi during the occasion said that everybody should give a standing ovation to all those labourers who worked with immense dedication in building APJ Abdul Kalam memorial. PTI
NDA vice-presidential candidate M Venkiah Naidu described former president APJ Abdul Kalam as ‘karma yogis’ (selfless workers), committed to the growth of the country. PTI
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NDA vice-presidential candidate M Venkiah Naidu described former president APJ Abdul Kalam as ‘karma yogis’ (selfless workers), committed to the growth of the country. PTI
Narendra Modi also interacted with former president APJ Abdul Kalam's elder brother Mohammed Muthu Meera Lebbai Maraicker during the inauguration of Kalam's memorial at Peikarumbu in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu on Thursday. PTI
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Narendra Modi also interacted with former president APJ Abdul Kalam's elder brother Mohammed Muthu Meera Lebbai Maraicker during the inauguration of Kalam's memorial at Peikarumbu in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu on Thursday. PTI
Women's College students wear masks of former president APJ Abdul Kalam to pay tribute to him on his second death anniversary, in Coimbatore
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Women's College students wear masks of former president APJ Abdul Kalam to pay tribute to him on his second death anniversary, in Coimbatore