Former president and scientist of India APJ Abdul Kamal’s died body is bringing up from guwahati airport to Palam air port in Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi including Defence Minister, Home Minister Raj Nath Singh and Delhi Chief minister Arvindra kejriwal along with higher leaders of different Parties will go to Palam air port to visiting died body in Delhi.
It is declared by India government that condolence will be issue for seven days in India.After last visiting died body of Dr. Kalam, his died body will be buried on their residence Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu .
A P J Abdul Kalam born on 15 October 1931 at Rameshwaram in Tamilnadu in a poor family became an 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. He studied physics and aerospace engineering in Tamil Nadu.
He spent the previous four decades as a scientist and science administrator, Particularly at the Defence Research and Development Organization including Indian Space Research Organization and was hasten involved in India’s civilian space program , military missile development efforts.
And due to military missile development efforts, He knew as the Missile Man of India for his work on the development of ballistic missile and launch vehicle technology. He also played a pivotal organizational, technical and political role in India’s Pokhran-IInuclear tests in 1998, the first since the original nuclear test by India in 1974.
Abdul Kalam was elected as a President for India in 2002 with the support of both the ruling BJP and the opposition Indian National Congress. After serving a term of five years, he returned to his civilian life of education, writing and public service.
He got a lot of honour awards, including the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour. Even, kalam was liked by of all either children, eldest or youth in India.
APJ Abdul Kalam beginning life and education
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam‘s father name was Jainulabudeen, a boat owner, and his mother Ashiamma, a housewife. He started working at a beginning age due to backward family to supplement his family’s income. After ending the study of school, Kalam started to distribute newspapers door to door for his father’s income.
Dr. Kalam received average grades in his school years but was described as a bright and hardworking student who had a strong desire to learn and spend hours on his studies, especially mathematics.
After completing his education at the Ramanathapuram Schwartz Matriculation School, Kalam went on to appear Saint Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli that is affiliated with the University of Madras, from where he success in graduate in physics in 1954.Towards the end of the course, he was not enthusiastic about the subject and would later regret the four years he studied it. He returned to Madras in 1955 to study aerospace engineering.
While Kalam was working on a senior class project, the Dean was dissatisfied with his lack of progress and threatened to revoke his scholarship unless the project was finished within the next three days. Kalam met the deadline, impressing the Dean, who later said to him, “I was putting you under stress and asking you to meet a difficult deadline”.
He narrowly missed achieving his dream of becoming a fighter pilot, as he placed ninth in qualifiers, and only eight positions were available in the IAF.
People can Watch Live Telecast of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Funeral on 28 July, 2015 on local TV Channel /Tamil TV Channel/Indian TV Channels.
According to information, the dead body of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam will be brought to Delhi on 27 july 2015 (Tuesday) morning where it will be kept for Antim Darshan so that people can pay their tribute to this great man.
Famous People has been paying tributes to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
— Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis)
Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam was people’s President. My homage to the great soul.— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj)
Distinctly recall when Dr Kalam became president two questions plagued Central Govt – will he wear a bandgala & will he change hairstyle 1/2— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar)
He happily agreed to the bandgalas but categorically refused to change the unique hairstyle. He was his own person to the very end 2/2— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar)
In deep shock & anguish after hearing about the demise of a dear friend & one of the noblest human beings, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. RIP. (1/2)— N Chandrababu Naidu (@ncbn)
Dr. Kalam & I shared a great bond. His achievements as a fine scientist, scholar & mentor are immeasurable. He remains in our hearts. (2/2)— N Chandrababu Naidu (@ncbn)
Deeply saddened at the sudden demise of the former president of India Dr. APAJ Abdul Kalam. He was an inspiration to an entire generation.— Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh)
Dr. Kalam was a man of impeccable character, indomitable spirit, profound knowledge and firm conviction.— Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh)
The death of Dr. Kalam is an irreparable loss to this nation. He has left a big void hard to fill. I deeply mourn his death. RIP Kalam Sahab— Rajnath Singh (@BJPRajnathSingh)
V sad to hear that Dr APJ Abdul Kalam is no more. Nation has lost a real bharat ratna.— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal)
Former President Abdul Kalam was one of the greatest nd simplest human beings i hav met.may his soul rest in peace @ibnlive— Kris Srikkanth (@KrisSrikkanth)
— raghu ram (@tweetfromRaghu)
It’s a great loss to the country !! Feeling terrible. Rest in peace Dr.Abdul kalam sir— Dhanush (@dhanushkraja)
11th President of India Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam sir passes away at 83. A President who was an inspiration to all of us . #RIP— Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala)
Very sad news Dr. Abdul Kalam has passed away.. What a great man.. Let’s pray that he rests in peace.— rannvijay singha (@RannvijaySingha)
So sad to know about d passing away of Dr. Abdul Kalam. It is a loss not only for India but for d entire world. Such greatness is a rarity.— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher)
We lost an Indian hero today. RIP APJ Abdul Kalam. You will always be an inspiration.— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat)
Deeply saddened by the tragic demise of Shri APJ Abdul Kalam. He indeed was an inspiration for every Indian. Undoubtedly a big loss.— Naveen Jindal (@MPNaveenJindal)
Science Wizard,Brilliant academician & a Human Being par excellence,India’s MissileMan,Dr APJ Abdul Kalam’s sad demise has ended an era. RIP— Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe)
Very sad day for india…deeply Saddened hearing the news at the sudden demise of Bharat Ratna Dr APJ Abdul Kalam .surly the real Ratna— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36)
Terrible news!!APJ Abdul Kalam you will be remembered as one of the best presidents India has seen!— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena)
Shocked and saddened to hear about his sudden demise. India’s most beloved President. RIP APJ Abdul Kalam— Jackky Bhagnani (@jackkybhagnani)
Sad to hear abt the demise of Shri APJ Abdul Kalam. A visionary whom the country will miss badly. May his soul rest in peace.— Gautam Singhania (@SinghaniaGautam)
APJ Abdul Kalam’s demise is a huge loss! He epitomised sheer selfless dedication towards the betterment of this world! Deeply saddened.— Dr. Subhash Chandra (@_SubhashChandra)
We may never have another President quite as unique, progressive,charismatic, intelligent and wonderful as Dr Kalam. Rest in peace.
RIP Dr.APJAbdul Kalam.. The missile man and a great inspiration of our generation..
“A visionary passes away” Abdul Kalam a brilliant mind and soul. His book Wings Of Fire is a must for every youth of our country.— Varun Dhawan (@Varun_dvn)
Not just a leader but a cult hero. A great President. A great Indian #RIPKalam— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha)
APJ Abdul Kalam Awards and honours
Year of award or honour Name of award or honour Awarding organisation 2014 Doctor of Science Edinburgh University,UK 2012 Doctor of Laws (Honoris Causa) Simon Fraser University 2011 IEEE Honorary Membership IEEE 2010 Doctor of Engineering University of Waterloo 2009 Honorary Doctorate Oakland University 2009 Hoover Medal ASME Foundation, USA 2009 International von Kármán Wings Award California Institute of Technology, USA 2008 Doctor of Engineering (Honoris Causa) Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 2007 Honorary Doctorate of Science and Technology Carnegie Mellon University 2007 King Charles II Medal Royal Society, UK 2007 Honorary Doctorate of Science University of Wolverhampton, UK 2000 Ramanujan Award Alwars Research Centre, Chennai 1998 Veer Savarkar Award Government of India 1997 Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration Indian National Congress 1997 Bharat Ratna Government of India 1994 Distinguished Fellow Institute of Directors (India) 1990 Padma Vibhushan Government of India 1981 Padma Bhushan Government of India