Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel visited the National Gallery of Modern Art here on Thursday to view the third round of the e-auction of prestigious and memorable gifts to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Jal Shakti’s minister of state Patel said Modi was the country’s first prime minister to have decided to auction off any gifts he receives in order to preserve the country’s lifeline – the Ganges. NamamiGange ”.
He said the e-auction is an opportunity for the public not only to own the priceless memorabilia given to the prime minister, but also to help preserve the aisle, according to a statement from Jal Shakti ministry.
The e-auction will take place from September 17th to October 7th via the web portal HYPERLINK ” http: //www.pmmementos.gov.in”www.pmmementos.gov.in.
In this e-auction round, around 1,348 memorabilia will be auctioned electronically. Memorabilia include equipment donated to the Prime Minister by the winners of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The highest value items in the e-auction are the spear used by gold medalist Sumit Antil at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and the spear used by Neeraj Chopra at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with a Base price of 1 billion rupees each statement said.
The cheapest item is a small decorative elephant for Rs 200, he added.
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