VK Singh writes to Venkaiah Naidu to rename 'Akbar Road' to 'Maharana Pratap Road'

| Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - 21:34
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Akbar road

New Delhi: General VK Singh on Tuesday wrote to Minister of Urban Development of India, Venkaiah Naidu, to rename the historical 'Akbar Road' as 'Maharana Pratap Road.' 
VK Singh mentioned in his letter that Maharana Pratap had played an instrumental role in stopping the might of Mughal king Akbar, and was truly secular and a man of the masses. 
"His Army was led by a Pathan and he had Bhils, Adivasis, and others, who formed part of his Army," wrote Singh. 
The Minister of Development of North Eastern Region also mentioned that if 'Akbar Road' could not be changed to 'Maharana Pratap', some other suitably important road in the Lutyen Zone should be renamed after the historical figure. 
"I do feel that important personalities like Maharana Pratap and Chhatrapati Shivaji deserve greater recognition than they have been given thus far," Singh wrote in the letter. 

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