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Spend $1 billion to build two of the worlds largest statues the Modi government was approved for burning money

Spend $1 billion to build two of the world's largest statues, the Modi government was approved for burning money

Original title: Costing $1 billion to build two of the world's largest statues Modi government was approved to burn money

Agence France-Presse reported on the 3rd that India is building two of the world's largest statues, costing about $1 billion. One of the statues is 182 meters high and will be completed in October this year. The other statue completed in 2021 is 212 meters higher. No accident, these two statues will refresh the record of the world's tallest statue twice. Agence France-Presse said that the statue of the Modi government's construction of the "has a clear political purpose," and the people criticized this practice for labor and wealth, meaningless.

AFP said that "the nationalist fanaticism in India" is pushing the country to build the world's largest statue. One of them, known as the "Unity Statue", commemorates the founding father of India and Patel, who served as the deputy of Prime Minister Nehru after the war. The statue was built on the small island of the Narmada River in the hometown of Prime Minister Modi, Gujarat. Overlooking the famous Sadar Sarova Dam. This 182-meter-high statue is twice as tall as the Statue of Liberty. It will also surpass the statue of the world's tallest statue, the Lushan Buddha statue in Henan Province, China, and become the world's number one. More than 2,500 workers, including hundreds of Chinese workers, are working day and night on the construction site to ensure that they are completed by the end of October. According to the government, the statue will attract twice as many visitors as the Taj Mahal.

At the same time, another statue is being built on the coast of Mumbai, India, which commemorates the 17th century king of the Maratha of India, Sharapati Sivaji. The Hindu king was very good at fighting and led the army against the Mughal Empire, known as the father of the Indian navy. The 212-meter-high statue will be completed in 2021 and will replace the "Unity Statue" as the world's tallest statue.

At the same time, another statue is being built on the coast of Mumbai, India, which commemorates the 17th century king of the Maratha of India, Sharapati Sivaji. The Hindu king was very good at fighting and led the army against the Mughal Empire, known as the father of the Indian navy. The 212-meter-high statue will be completed in 2021 and will replace the "Unity Statue" as the world's tallest statue.

Agence France-Presse said that the Indian government is actively building these two "world's tallest statues" in order to respond to the enthusiasm of nationalists and have a clear political purpose. India has always had a tradition of “statue politics”. Prime Minister Modi is an active builder of the “Unity of Unity” because he himself has been using Patel’s political heritage known as the “Indian Iron Man” to increase his reputation. India will hold a general election next year. At present, the National Congress, the largest opposition party, accuses Modi and the Indian People’s Party, which he led, by commemorating Patel and secretly as the political opponent of the Nehru family, suppressing the prestige of the Congress.

The People’s Party government supported the construction of the Shivaji statue in Maharashtra, where Mumbai is located, in order to pull the state’s ballot in the general election. The two statues cost a total of 1 billion U.S. dollars. Therefore, many politicians and people in India have criticized that in the case of serious poverty problems in India and many development problems that need to be resolved, burning these two statues is "actually Huge waste." 

Costing $1 billion to build two of the worlds largest statues Modi government was approved to burn money


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