Govt has taken steps to recognise contribution of former PMs: Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated weeks before the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya's inauguration that the administration has taken steps to recognise the contributions of all prior Prime Ministers.

Modi discussed the Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya (PM Museum), which is set to open on April 14, at the BJP's parliamentary party meeting here.

It is known that the Prime Minister said that his government has ensured to recognise the contribution of all the Ex-Prime Ministers. "The Prime Minister stated that the BJP government has ensured that all prior Prime Ministers' contributions are recognised. He (Prime Minister Modi) also stated that only the NDA government has taken the necessary efforts to recognise prior Prime Ministers' contributions "According to a BJP member of parliament.

The PM Museum will showcase the lives and times of the country's 14 former prime ministers. According to sources, all former Prime Ministers have been given equal space and respect based on the length of their terms. "Regardless of whether party is in power, the Prime Minister's Office wants this place to highlight the country's history," sources added.

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