Tuesday, 3 February 2015

पीएम प्रोटोकाल मोडतातच...

मोदींचे भारतात आणि भारताबाहेर वागणे हे सार्वत्रिक वर्तन व शिष्टाईला नवा चेहरा देत आहे. मोदींच्या पाठीवर उद्योजकाचा हात असणे यात गैर ते काय? यापूर्वी काँग्रेसचा हात उद्योजकांच्या पाठीवर होता, त्यात गैर अर्थ निघत नव्हता. आताही तो मोदी व अंबानी संदर्भात असू नये.

पहिला फोटो नीट बघितला तर त्यात तिघांचे हात एकमेकांच्या हातात आहेत. एकमेकाला धन्यवाद म्हणण्यासाठीच तसे घडले आहे. निता दोन्ही हात जोडून आभार मानत असाव्यात आणि त्याची आवश्यकता नाही हेच म्हणत मोदींनी डावा हात नितांच्या हातात तर उजवा हात अंबानींच्या उजव्या हातात दिला असावा. अंबानींनी अशावेली अनावधानाने मोदींच्या पाठीवर त्यांचा डावा हात ठेवला असावा. यात गैर ते काय?

सार्वत्रिक कार्यक्रमात काहीवेला झालेला अपरार्ह संपर्क हा अनावश्यक चर्चेचा भाग ठरतो. त्यातून राईचा पर्वत निर्माण केला जातो. मोदीजी, अंबानी तसेच निता यांचे सार्वत्रिक चारित्र्य एखाद्या फूटकल बाबीतून उध्वस्त करू नये. यासाठी काही जुने संबंधही तपासावेत.

नेहरू आणि एडविना यांचाही असाच फोटो (क्रमांक दोन) आपण पाहतो. त्यात लार्ड माऊंट बेटनही आहे. मग यातून गैर अर्थ काय काढणार? (ज्यांनी तसा अर्थ काढला ते आजपर्यंत काहीही सिद्ध करू शकले नाहीत, हे वास्तव लक्षात घ्यावे)

आयपीएलमध्ये निता आणि संघातील खेलाडू विजयानंतर अत्यानंदाने भेटतात, मिठी मारतात यातही गैर अर्थ काढायचा का?

मोदींमुले आंतराष्ट्रीय प्रोटोकाल कसे बदलले हेही एकदा वाचा...

http://www.swastik.net.in/narendra_modi_&_cxo_leadership_mo…

मनमोहन सिंह यांनी मोडला प्रोटोकाल...

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh set aside protocol to greet President Barack Obama at the airport here on Sunday.
It's an honour Singh has bestowed on very few leaders. He first started the practice by greeting former US president George W Bush in March 2006. Singh was known to have shared a special bond with Bush, which went beyond the nuclear deal. Advisers close to the PM say the two men were very different, but there was
palpable affection between the two. In fact, one of Bush's first visits to a foreign country after he demitted office was to India. And Singh went out of his way to hold a private lunch for him.

मोदींनी मोडला प्रोटोकाल

In an exceptional departure from tradition, Prime Minister Modi will greet visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping not in Delhi, but in Ahmedabad when he arrives on September 17. As reported in The Hindu last month, Mr. Xi is keen on a visit to Gujarat, where he is expected to witness the signing of several MoUs in business and infrastructural investment.
But the Gujarat visit will be more about bonding than business between the two leaders, informed sources say. Mr. Modi will personally escort Mr. Xi to the Sabarmati Ashram and the riverfront park that was developed when he was Chief Minister. September 17 is also Mr. Modi's birthday, and the two leaders are expected to attend a private banquet that night, according to an official of the Ministry of External Affairs.

नेपालच्या पीएमने मोडला प्रोटोकाल

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands in Kathmandu on August 3 on a two-day visit, his Nepal counterpart Sushil Koirala will personally receive him, breaking protocol.

पुतिनने मोडला प्रोटोकाल


In a gesture marking their close friendship, Russian President Vladimir Putin presented Manmohan Singh with a lithograph painting of Russian monarch Nicholas II who had visited India in the 19th century, a map of India of that time as well as a Mughal coin. The "very special gesture" of the Russian president "went beyond protocol" as no one had an inkling of it. The Russian president had personally got the items, said Indian
Ambassador Ajai Malhotra to reporters at a briefing. Not only did Putin present Manmohan Singh with the gifts, he also explained the significance of the items, said the envoy.

मोदींनी मुलांसाठी मोडला प्रोटोकाल
PM breaks protocol, exits car to meet school
children at Red Fort
August 15, 2014For 13-year-old Ilma Khan, shaking hands with Prime Minister Narendra Modi was nothing less than a dream. Khan, a Class VII student at KhalsaSchool in the national capital, was among the few lucky children who received greetings from Modi in person on the occasion of Independence Day.

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