Anniversary of APJ Abdul Kalam’s Birth: Yogi Adityanath, Other Leaders Pay Tribute

Today marks the birth anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the former President of India, renowned missile man, and esteemed scientist. On this occasion, leaders including Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid their respects to him.

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Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s birthday, celebrated on Sunday, 15th October, is not only remembered in India but also by millions of admirers worldwide. World Students’ Day falls on the same day as his birthday, which is an appropriate homage to a man who influenced a lot of young people. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath paid tribute to Dr. Kalam on social media, calling him an unrivaled force in transforming India into a superpower. He stated, “On the birth anniversary of the ‘Bharat Ratna’ Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, who made an unparalleled contribution to making India a superpower, missile man, and former President, I pay my humble tribute. His dedicated life gives courage and energy to embrace new resolutions.”

Keshav Prasad Maurya, the deputy chief minister, expressed his condolences and praised Dr. Kalam for being a visionary leader. He emphasized, “Creative leadership is essential for the success of any mission. On the birth anniversary of the famous scientist and former President of India, Bharat Ratna Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, who guided the younger generation with his principles, thoughts, and inspirational work, I offer my heartfelt tribute. His principles will continue to guide future generations.”

Dr. Kalam was an ordinary student in school, but he was highly talented and diligent, motivated by a strong desire to learn. He put in a lot of time studying, and he did particularly well in arithmetic. Dr. Kalam constantly exhorted pupils to pursue their dreams with no fear of failure. He famously said, “Dreams are not what you see in sleep; dreams are things that do not let you sleep.”

Kalam, who came from a modestly-off family, was the youngest of his four brothers and one sister. To assist his family during his childhood due to their financial struggles, Kalam was forced to sell newspapers. His father, Jainulabdeen Marakayar, was the Imam of a nearby mosque and also owned a boat. Ashiamma, his mother, was a housewife. The family upheld their strict morals and traditions despite their difficulties.

The legacy of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam continues to motivate and inspire future generations, serving as a lighthouse of inspiration for young people around the globe and in India. On this day, both government officials and common people honor his accomplishments and teachings, ensuring that his principles live on in everyone’s hearts and thoughts.

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