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Gifts given to PM to go under the hammer from Sep 14

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Gifts received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past six months displayed at National gallery modern of art in New Delhi.  

The base price of a silk print with the Prime Minister's face is set as ₹2.50 lakh

Gifts given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past six months would go under the hammer in an e-auction starting September 14 and the proceeds would go towards the government's Namame Gange project, Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel said on Wednesday.

A total of 2,772 objects, including portraits of Mr. Modi, artworks, turbans, shawls, swords, figurines of cows and religious idols that have been put on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi, will be available for at least a month in the e-auction, the minister said.

Mr. Patel added that the objects displayed at the NGMA would be changed every 15 days. The reserve price set for the objects starts at ₹200 and goes up to ₹2.50 lakh for a silk print with the Prime Minister's face.

 

While most gifts that will be auctioned have been given to the Prime Minister by Indians, ranging from political leaders to religious groups to industry, there are a handful of objects gifted by countries in the neighbourhood, an NGMA official said.

This would be the second such e-auction of gifts given to Mr. Modi organised by the Culture Ministry, the last one being from January 27 to February 9.

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Over 2700 gifts received by PM Modi to be auctioned from September 14

Over 1,800 gifts received by the prime minister were sold in a fortnight-long auction that began in January this year. The funds generated went towards the Namami Gange, a central government project to clean the Ganga.

Over 2,700 gifts received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go under the hammer from September 14, Culture Minister Prahlad Patel said. A total of 2,772 gifts will be auctioned online, he said.

The lowest base price of the mementoes is Rs 200 and the highest is Rs 2.5 lakh, the minister said.

Over 1,800 gifts received by the prime minister were sold in a fortnight-long auction that began in January this year. The funds generated went towards the Namami Gange, a central government project to clean the Ganga.

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AntheKada

assala .. congress unnapudu all central minister earned least 5k cr , state Cms 1kcr at least .... next modi will have his 50k cr with ambanis and adanis  who cares ... whole systems is flawed ... we need our institutions civil based democracies with china type dictatorships wrt national policies  ...

 

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5 hours ago, Kool_SRG said:

PM-gifts

Gifts received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past six months displayed at National gallery modern of art in New Delhi.  

The base price of a silk print with the Prime Minister's face is set as ₹2.50 lakh

Gifts given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the past six months would go under the hammer in an e-auction starting September 14 and the proceeds would go towards the government's Namame Gange project, Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel said on Wednesday.

A total of 2,772 objects, including portraits of Mr. Modi, artworks, turbans, shawls, swords, figurines of cows and religious idols that have been put on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi, will be available for at least a month in the e-auction, the minister said.

Mr. Patel added that the objects displayed at the NGMA would be changed every 15 days. The reserve price set for the objects starts at ₹200 and goes up to ₹2.50 lakh for a silk print with the Prime Minister's face.

 

While most gifts that will be auctioned have been given to the Prime Minister by Indians, ranging from political leaders to religious groups to industry, there are a handful of objects gifted by countries in the neighbourhood, an NGMA official said.

This would be the second such e-auction of gifts given to Mr. Modi organised by the Culture Ministry, the last one being from January 27 to February 9.

The first customer would be @uttermost , he would bring some money by selling his half-cut **** to some Middle East companies

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