BJP’s ‘Bhishma’ LK Advani still has this wish, expressed in 2017


Today is the 94th birthday of LK Advani, who has held many important positions from the country’s Deputy Prime Minister, Home Minister. On this occasion, many veteran leaders including PM Narendra Modi, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Home Minister Amit Shah came to congratulate him on his birthday. A meeting of leaders took place at his house, cake was cut and old memories were refreshed. LK Advani was one of the top leaders in his political career for many decades and even today his mark is visible in the BJP. Advani, who dominated the national scene by taking out the Ram Rath Yatra from Somnath to Ayodhya, is known for his immaculate image, disciplined life and a dedicated leader.

LK Advani was made the PM candidate of NDA in 2009, but he could not succeed in the election season. After this, in 2014, it was decided to make PM Narendra Modi the face in his place. In this way he remained on the post of Deputy Prime Minister, but could never become PM. Although he never openly said anything about not being able to become his PM. But there has been a bigger regret in his life, about which LK Advani had openly spoken about in 2017. LK Advani was born in undivided India in 1927 in Karachi, Sindh, now in Pakistan.


LK Advani considers India incomplete without Sindh and Karachi

Describing the pain of partition of the country and Sindh going to Pakistan in 2017, LK Advani said that India is incomplete till Sindh does not join it. On January 15, 2017, at an event, Advani said, ‘I was deeply saddened when it came to know that Sindh and Karachi will no longer be a part of India. I was very active in RSS in Sindh during my childhood days. This is sad for me. I believe that India is incomplete without Sindh. Born in a Sindhi family, LK Advani was one of the top leaders of the BJP for a long time. His political innings with Atal Bihari Vajpayee lasted for nearly 6 decades and he is counted among the leaders of the country, who played an important role in the formation of governments outside the Congress.


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