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Honouring V.P. Singh's with full-size statue  deserves praise

Honouring V.P. Singh's with full-size statue deserves praise

A full-size statue of the late Prime Minister Vishwanath Pratap Singh, also known as V.P. Singh, has been erected after the Chief Minister Stalin made a declaration in the Assembly.
After winning election to the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1969, V.P. Singh served in a number of leadership roles. He was elected to the legislature in 1971, took over as Uttar Pradesh's chief minister in 1980, served as the Rajiv Gandhi Cabinet's finance minister from 1984 to 1987, and was appointed India's defense minister in 1987.
V.P. Singh created the Jan Morcha party in 1987 after quitting the Congress party. Janata Dal was formed in 1988 by V.P. Singh through the merger of Jan Morcha, Janata Party, Lok Dal, and Congress (S). 
The National Front was established in 1989.
VP Singh put into effect the Mandal Commission's recommendations regarding reservations for the underprivileged
classes. 
In 1990, under Prime Minister V.P. Singh, the Cauvery Tribunal was established to determine the allocation of Cauvery river water among the states.
The title of 'Bharat Ratna' was bestowed upon Baba Saheb Ambedkar, and VP Singh holds the distinction of putting his portrait in the 
Parliament. 
The wonderful deeds he performed for the nation during his 11-month reign as "Anja Nenjan..." and the seed he sowed that day have grown into a tree that still bears pleasant fruit for the populace.
V.P Singh's  tenure in partnership of late Chief Minister Karunanidhi was a golden era for Tamil Nadu.
Opening a statue of him in Chennai when Karunanidhi’s son, M.K.Stalin, was the chief minister shows a sense of gratitude.
The fame of social justice VP Singh will not fade.