Tipu Sultan Died A Historic death: President Ram Nath Kovindh
Once Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched an accusation against the State Government over the celebrations of Tipu Sultan Jayanthi, President Ram Nath Kovindh’s reference to Tipu Sultan in the address to the joint session on Wednesday boosted the morale of the Congress government.Also See:– Best Renovating Idea For This Boring Weekend.
At the occasion of Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the Vidhana Soudha here, the President addressed o mark and said that “Tipu Sultan died a heroic death fighting the English. He was also a pioneer in the development and use of Mysore rockets in warfare. This technology was later adopted by the Europeans.”
After completing the Indian President Ram Nath Kovindh’s statement which he read out in the Soudha, the entire ruling party members expressed their joy by thumping the desks, while there was pin drop silence on the Opposition side.
Ram Nath Kovindh also added that “More recently, two of our finest army chiefs namely Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa and General K.S. Thimayya who were sons of Karnataka.”
Continuing, the President said: “Karnataka is a land of formidable soldiers. Krishnadeva Raya was the greatest ruler of the Vijayanagara Empire and remains an inspiration for all Indians. Kempe Gowda was the founder of Bengaluru. Rani Chennamma of Kittur and Rani Abbakka led among the earliest battles against colonial powers.”`
After this Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, in his tweet, has congratulated Mr. Kovind. He tweeted that (the tweet copied as it is tweet without any changes) “Congratulations to Hon. President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind for a statesmanlike address to the Karnataka legislature.”