Electronic auction of gifts, souvenirs presented at the PM from September 17

The online auction of gifts and souvenirs presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start counting from his birthday on September 17. The process will end on October 2, 2022. The auction process will be done through the Government of India website (pmmentos.gov.in).

No less than 1,200 gifts and souvenirs given to the Prime Minister will be auctioned. Among these 1200 gifts, the center of attraction is the statue of Rani Kamala pati, presented by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to the Prime Minister on behalf of the government of Madhya Pradesh.

The Amrit Kalash containing the frightened soil of Ayodhya is another attraction.

According to reports, personalities regarding Madhya Pradesh have been urged by the Chief Minister and senior officials of their respective parties to participate in the electronic auction process and secure the gifts so that the gifts and souvenirs remain in Madhya Pradesh .

This will keep citizens emotionally attached to these events and serve as a legacy for the new generation. Some MPs and MPs representing the tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh and the institutions working for these sections are planning to participate in the e-auction process as Rani Kamalapati is their inspiration.

The Prime Minister will dedicate the money from the sale of gifts and souvenirs to a public cause.

The prime minister previously auctioned off 1,800 gifts and the proceeds were spent on the Namami Gange project.

Taking inspiration from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had previously sold gifts and souvenirs by adopting the same process. He had spent the money thus collected for the welfare of the poor and the treatment of children.