Venkaih Naidu Farewell Speech: Venkaiah Naidu said in Farewell Speech-Who will be the most happy with his retirement?

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Venkaih Naidu Farewell Speech: Venkaiah Naidu said in Farewell Speech-Who will be the most happy with his retirement?
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Venkaih Naidu Retirement: Venkaiah Naidu is retiring from the post of Vice President on August 11. On Monday, other MPs, including PM Narendra Modi, gave him off and praised his comedom and Hajirjwabi. While Naidu also gave mantras to MPs. The members praised his humor and Hajirjwabi. At the same time, Naidu himself took a pinch of AAP member Raghav Chadha's comment on 'first love', which ran a wave of laughter in the entire House, including the Aam Aadmi Party member.

A program was also organized for him in Parliament in the evening. As soon as Mike came to Vice President Naidu in the Farewell Speech, he tied up for half an hour. He mentioned the heroes of retirement plan, Indian culture and independence during the speech. He said in his speech that the country's Independence Day is on August 15 but my 11 August. From this, he meant that he was retiring from the post of Vice President on August 11.

Who will be the most happy with retirement, Naidu told

during this time he also told what he will do after retiring. He said that the person who will be most happy with my retirement is my wife. He said, 'I used to go out of the house often because of the work. Even after marriage, he used to stay out of the house due to the habit of walking outside and meeting people. My wife often complained that I do not give them time. Now when I retire on August 11, my wife will be happy with this. He also said that even after August 11, a round of walking and interaction with people will continue.

During his half -hour speech, the Vice President also told what his planning is after August 11. At the end of the speech, he said that I will continue to meet MPs even after retirement. I am taking many memories from this platform, which will remember a lot after retirement. I am free to go anywhere after retirement. I can meet people, go home to anyone, can eat food with children and also meet common people.

This advice given to MPs

He also gave a mantra to MPs during the speech. Many MPs had to suspend due to the uproar of the opposition in the monsoon session due to the policies of the government. The opposition from the road to the Parliament was seen. On this, Naidu said, 'Protests are your right to stay in opposition. You raise your voice, but do not make noise under its guise. Talk, go out but no break out. Because this will lead to an all -out situation in democracy. He asked the MPs to meet people.

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