New Delhi, September 11: The souvenirs and gifts received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be auctioned from September 14 to October 3, 2019. The gifts and souvenirs received by PM Narendra Modi during his trips abroad will go under the hammer, informed Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel. The souvenirs will be available on the website www.pmmementos.gov.in for bidding. Gifts Received by PM Narendra Modi to be Auctioned Online From September 14, Know Lowest and Highest Price of Memorabilia.
Owing to the large number of foreign trips undertaken by PM Narendra Modi, the number of gifts received by the Prime Minister are both numerous and valuable. The PMO will auction all the valuables and gifts, said reports. Toshkhana Full of High-Valued Foreign Gifts Deposited by PM Narendra Modi And Sushma Swaraj.
Check the Steps to Bid For the Online Auction Below
1. Those interested in bidding are advised to visit the website www.pmmementos.gov.in.
2. The link for the online bidding will be available on the website.
3. The bidders then have to click on the link.
4. Interested buyers will then have to choose from the memorabilia.
5. The buyers will have to pay online after choosing the mode of payment (Debit Card/Credit Card and Online payment method).
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प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेंद्र मोदी को मिले स्मृति चिन्हों की इ- नीलामी https://t.co/qC2Z8XOyBs पर 14 सितम्बर से 3 अक्टूबर 2019 तक होगी । आज केंद्रीय संस्कृति मंत्री, श्री @prahladspatel ने @ngma_delhi में प्रदर्शित स्मृति चिन्हों का अवलोकन किया । #PMMementos #NamamiGange pic.twitter.com/3zyWjleDOv
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Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel confirmed about the auction and the price of the objects to be auctioned. The minister also said that the memorabilia starts from Rs 200 and the price goes up to Rs 2.5 lakh, depending upon the memorabilia.
As many as 2,772 gifts received by PM Modi will be auctioned online from September 14, said reports. The massive collection of gifts and vintage items recieved by the Indian Prime Minister will go under the hammer.