Modi government to launch Rajiv Gandhi award return scheme for awardees

Modi government to launch Rajiv Gandhi award return scheme for awardees

New Delhi: To facilitate awardees to return their awards, Modi government is all set to launch ‘Rajiv Gandhi Award Return Scheme’ on October 31, 2015. Baba Ramdev, the world famous Yog guru will be chief guest at the inaugural function in New Delhi.

Till date, more than a dozen writers returned Sahitya Akademi Awards to show their anger against the central government of India on several issues.

Padma Shri awardees are also not behind in returning awards to oppose the Modi government. Recently, Dalip Kaur Tiwana returned Padma Shri Award Over ‘Communal Attacks’ on Modi government. It is known that the Modi government given slogan of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas”.

“To make thing easy for awardees, we are going to launch Rajiv Gandhi Award Return Scheme to accept awards return back”, said an official of the Government of India.

“We are expecting a good response as per current situation. We hope that this scheme will get good response from our respected awardees”, he further added.

Government of India's high-security room to store returned awards

Government of India’s high-security room to store returned awards

According to our trusted sources, Rajiv Gandhi award return scheme is the dream vision of current leaders to progress India as one of the superpowers in the world.

“Modi government is trying hard to make India one of the strongest nations in the world, but these awardees are not interested in our progress. They are exposed and been proved as anti-national. I think they should go to Pakistan from where they belongs”, said an angry Modi supporter to the World News Express on condition of anonymity.

“This is the most awaited scheme which will be liked by all anti-national awardees. If anyone returns their award under this scheme, should be sent to Pakistan”, said by Sakshi Maharaj, one of India’s intellectual BJP leaders to the World News Express correspondent on telephonic conversation.

New first published on October 15, 2015 at 11:15 PM (IST).

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