We all know that Mrs. Suvra Mukherjee, wife of our loving President Mr. Pranab Mukherjee died earlier. But, now we have seen the professionalism of our President. Because, he was back at work with his regular agenda within hours of his wife Suvra Mukherjee’s cremation.
In no time after the final rituals, Mukherjee — known to be a stringent disciplinarian — was concentrating to his official obligations.
Mukherjee paid floral honours to Shankar Dayal Sharma, in the passage in which the portrayals of earlier presidents are queued, on the event of his birth anniversary.
“The First Lady’s burial was at 10.30 a.m. By 12.30, the president was attending to his official duties,” told a Rashtrapati Bhavan officer.
On Thursday morning, Mukherjee will organize a official greeting at Rashtrapati Bhavan for the leaders of 14 Pacific islands who are in India to take part in FIPIC.
The president’s spouse was hurried to the army’s Research and Referral Hospital’s intensive care unit on August 7 after her health condition unexpectedly worsened.
The president had to cut little his two-day tour to Odisha and back to the national capital to be by his sick wife’s side.
He maintained focusing his official obligations, conveying his address to the nation on the occasion of the Independence Day and even holding the customary “At Home” at Rashtrapati Bhavan on August 15 without once betraying any sentiment to the world outside.