Prime Minister Narendra Modi has revealed that former Prime Ministers PV Narasimha Rao and Chaudhary Charan Singh, along with agricultural scientist MS Swaminathan, will be conferred with the prestigious Bharat Ratna award, India’s highest civilian honor.

Recognition for Distinguished Leaders

Expressing his delight, PM Modi highlighted the exemplary contributions of PV Narasimha Rao, acknowledging his role as a distinguished scholar and statesman who served India across various capacities. Narasimha Rao’s visionary leadership, particularly during his tenure as Prime Minister, played a pivotal role in India’s economic advancement and global integration.

Tribute to Chaudhary Charan Singh

PM Modi dedicated the Bharat Ratna bestowed upon Chaudhary Charan Singh to his unparalleled dedication to the welfare of farmers and nation-building endeavors. Singh’s legacy as a staunch advocate for farmers’ rights and democracy, especially during challenging periods like the Emergency, remains an inspiration for the nation.

Honoring MS Swaminathan’s Contributions

Recognizing the monumental contributions of MS Swaminathan in the field of agriculture and farmers’ welfare, PM Modi applauded his pivotal role in achieving self-reliance in Indian agriculture. Swaminathan’s leadership and innovative approaches have not only modernized Indian agriculture but also ensured the nation’s food security and prosperity.

Final Remarks

PM Modi emphasized the invaluable contributions of the Bharat Ratna recipients in enriching India’s cultural, intellectual, and agricultural heritage. Their legacies serve as guiding beacons for future generations, inspiring progress and prosperity in the nation.

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