It comes as sad news for all of us as former Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam known as the father of the country’s military missile platform died this Monday after collapsing during a lecture. Though he was 83 but still he was putting much effort and military and science field of India.
He was the India’s 11th president whose major role was in proceeding India’s nuclear program. This has made him one of his countries’ most adored personalities and died leaving behind millions of lovers.
According to the media Dr. Kalam was a passionate nationalist named as the missile man of India. He was supported by both the government and the opposition of his time the Indian National Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Party.
During his presidency of India from 2002 until 2007 he was a scientist and science overseer for four decades before that mostly at the state funding Defense Research and Development Organization and the Indian Space Research Organization.
He performed as a key administrative and practical role in India’s nuclear program. His death brought great trauma to whole nation and an outburst of grief on Monday from through the philosophical spectrum at a time of powerful political division in India.
Looking into his past he was born in a humble South Indian family and his father lent a boat to fishermen employed the passage between India and Sri Lanka. At this Dr. Kalam was singled out as a talented student and went on to study aeronautics.
Before Presidency he also attended as a scientific consultant to the prime minister and was generally known as “Missile Man” because with the prominent scientific team he has developed missiles accomplished of carrying India’s nuclear warheads.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on Social Website:
“Dr. Kalam liked being with people and people and youths idolized him. He respected students and used up his final minutes among them.”
Sonia Gandhi the famous president of opposition Congress party also mourned on this tragedy described.
“Kalam was one of the ultimate scientific thinkers, a great scholar statesman and an accurate loyalist who moved millions of young and old similar by his works and actions.”
In most recent past no one in Indian government commended themselves to the youth and poor and and to people fitting to different beliefs. For people he was Kalam Chacha. Kalam used to label himself as “Made in India” as he never skilled overseas.