Bhopal| There can be no bigger riddle than politics in our country which many are still trying to understand.
However, when union minister for Road Transport Nitin Gadkari tried his hands on ‘Zindagi kaisi hai paheli haay..’, the famous song of Hrishikesh Mukherjee directed movie Anand of 1970’s during a programme ‘Ek shaam shaheedon ke naam’ organised by a private TV news channel here today he was perhaps speaking his mind knowingly or unknowingly on the state of politics these days.
Trying to compete well with Gadkari chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan too impressed the participants with his singing skill. He sang ‘Ehsaan mere dil pe tumhara hai doston’. Of course, he was referring to people of Madhya Pradesh without mentioning it in so many words, who have been voting for the BJP since the year 2003 while Chouhan has broken all the records of a CM continuing in his office.
Famous playback singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya presented songs dedicated in the memory of martyrs.
In his brief address Chouhan said that the nation was indebted to the martyrs. Paying tribute to the martyrs, he said that a sum of Rs. 5000 will be paid to the parents of martyrs as an honorarium amount lifetime. Also, the state government would bear the complete education expenses of their children.
Abhijeet Bhattacharya sang ‘Tum dil ki dharkan me rehto ho’, ‘Bus itna sa khwaab hai’, ‘O majhi re’, ‘Suna sa suna na’, ‘Kahin door jab’ and some other songs. Minister for finance Jayant Mallayya, members of the state cabinet and audience were present in the programme.
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