Atal Bihari Vajpayee, then Prime Minister of India, addresses a Joint Session of the US Congress – Politics Informer Video

In 2000, then Prime Minister of India, Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, made an official visit to the United States of America [USA], between the 7th to the 19th of September. As part of his engagement there, he was invited to address a joint session of the US Congress. Prior to him, in 1994, Mr. PV Narasimha Rao, then incumbent Prime Minister of India, too addressed a similar joint session, considered to be a gesture for honouring visiting dignitaries in America. Prime Minister Vajpayee was the only foreign leader to do so during 106th session of the US Congress. Transcripts of his speech www.rediff.com docs.google.com Video courtesy: C-Span www.c-span.org Moi Blog: AA Me, IN www.aame.in YouTube Channel: Luptonga youtube.com

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  1. This Americans wouldn’t have understood anything when he was talking about Terrorism at that time. They came to know about is Islamic terrorism only after 09/11 until then they were licking pakis back.

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  2. I could very well see a slave language being mixed with foul words to depict the nature of a person whose name is taken with respect till date by all members of any political party. Your language speaks more about what you are yourself. Grab a beer. Chill out. BUT JUST DON’T come here uttering disrespectful words for some one who is respected by your Mother and Father as well.

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  3. he was immature. A FDI lover idiot. He promised “swaraj”, but sold out nation to FDI singapore style. No developed nation opened economy for foreign printed money. All of them used “local-printed” notes to grow economy and opened only after becoming developed. BJP is a chutiya party and congress is worse. Its a fact – Indian elites are all slaves of English nations.

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  4. This man had the spark which BJP will lack for ever. I can definitely say BJP won under the name of AB Bajpayee and it was not Sir Bajpayee wining under the name of BJP. It is very disheartening to see this light last only for a few years. If we would have been able to retain Him, I guess India at this time would have been different – Both Economically and Politically.

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