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One of the member of BJP trinity departs

By Vinod

New Delhi, Aug 16: One of the trinity of the Bharatiya Janata Party that included Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lal Krishna Advani and Murali Manohar Joshi, the former prime minister has completed his worldly journey when Vajpayee died here at 5.05 pm in the evening in Delhi at AIIMS. He was admitted in the AIIMC on June 11, 2018. These leaders rule the roost in the BJP for long.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Vajpayee was the first BJP Prime Minister and longest serving non-Congress Prime Minister in the country. He is known to be Azatshatru (man without enemy) of Indian politics. Former Union human resource development Murali Manohar Joshi said, "Vajpayee ji was a leader who was not confined to party politics or language and society. He was not just the leader of BJP but the leader of the entire country."

He said, "I had a very long experience of working with him as he has groomed thousands of workers like him." Joshi said that he had always done the politics of value and he had always been impartial to people of the country irrespective of their political affiliations.

Joshi said that his every action was in the interest of the country. He was the leader of masses who had won over hearts of people of the country. He was the real leader of masses. He was the real leader who had worked for the all inclusive growth of the country.

After Atal Bihari Vajpayee, it was L K Aadvani took over as the chief of the party. After Advani, Joshi became president after Advani. Differences between Joshi and Aadvani were sometimes cropped up but never ever there was any difference between Vajpayee ji and Advani ji.

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