Kiren Rijiju had it all mapped out in school and here’s proof
The best feeling is when you drive down the memory lane and cherish your fond memories from school. The same thing happened with our Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju. The minister shared a memory from his school days on Twitter and stunned us all. He shared a picture of India’s map that he made when he was in class four. In the tweet, Rijiju has revealed that he studied in Govt Secondary School, Nafra.
He has thanked his teachers and students of the school for beholding the map which has been partially damaged. He has also written that he will try to visit his school on Children's Day or Teacher's Day.
In another tweet shared by him, the minister recollects how he had made the map without using any scale and there were no roads, no electricity and no connectivity during those days. However, he will now help the school to make the quality of the map better. Well, Rijiju was quite an artist then, we would say!
The 47-year-old is said to be the face of Bharatiya Janata Party in North East India. He is regarded as the most iconic political leader from the State of Arunachal Pradesh and North East India in recent times.