Japanese DNA Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns | Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has left the post, will the elderly Indian leaders learn anything?

New Delhi: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigned his post at the age of 65. He made this decision due to poor health. Shinzo Abe has a stomach ulcer problem. He first became Prime Minister of Japan in 2007, when he stepped down after a year for the same reason. After that, in 2012, he again became Prime Minister of Japan. Shinzo Abe was the oldest Prime Minister in Japan, when he became Prime Minister for the second time, in the first 6 years, 6 Prime Ministers had been replaced in Japan. But his chronic illness forced him to resign again. Shinzo Abe says he will not be able to fully concentrate on his work as Prime Minister while being treated for the disease, so he resigns. However, he will remain in this post until the election of the new prime minister.

Health remains the most important problem in the world due to the Corona virus and because of this health, Shinzo Abe has decided to resign from his post as Prime Minister. In other words, not only the losers of the mind are defeated, but the losers of the body can also be defeated.

India’s leaders are aging a lot, but not quitting their posts
Shinzo Abe is now 65 years old. Depending on the age of Indian politicians, they took a break from politics at a very young age. India is a country of youth. 65% of our population is under 35 years old. But our leaders are not that young. About 65% of the leaders of the Indian parliament are between 50 and 75 years old. At the time when world leaders like Shinzo Abe are retiring, at this age, many Indian leaders are entering Parliament by winning elections for the first time. Many leaders of our country want to stay in the presidency forever.

Some important things about Shinzo Abe
The Prime Minister of Japan has quit his post because he does not want his country to be harmed due to his ill health. Therefore, today we are trying to understand the basis for this decision of Shinzo Abe, why the elderly in India do not want to retire and why the young cannot deliver. But first, know some important things about Shinzo Abe.

– Shinzo Abe has been the Prime Minister of Japan for 8 consecutive years. They are very popular with the public.

He is considered a strong and willful leader.

It is recognized for strengthening the Japanese economy.

– The reforms initiated by Shinzo Abe after coming to power in 2012 are called Abe Nomics. Just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi improved India’s economy, her name is Modi Nomics.

– Shinzo Abe has significantly strengthened his relations with America and India. Today, he is one of US President Donald Trump’s best friends.

-Shinzo Abe’s greatest achievement is that he stayed in power for a long time. When a strong leader stays in power for a long time, it brings stability to that country.

In addition, it has also strengthened the security of Japan and increased military spending.

Did not keep some promises
Shinzo Abe broke some of his promises for 8 years. As such, he could not amend Article 9 of the Constitution of Japan. This archive allows Japan to have only the troops necessary for self-defense.

At present, Japan cannot keep more than a fixed number of soldiers. This condition was included in the Constitution of Japan after World War II. Then the United States dropped atomic bombs on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, in which millions of Japanese citizens were killed. But now, due to the growing threat from China and North Korea, there is a demand to change this law. Shinzo Abe also failed to free Japanese citizens captured in North Korea many years ago. When he announced his resignation, he also spoke of his failures.

Prime Minister Modi expressed sorrow over Shinzo Abe’s resignation
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed sorrow over Shinzo Abe’s resignation. Prime Minister Modi tweeted a photo of him and himself and said that relations between India and Japan have grown very strong during his tenure.

In 2015, when Shinzo Abe came to India, the Indian Prime Minister showed him the Ganga Aarti from Varanasi.

The leaders who do not want to leave the chair
Success and failure are a part of life. But over time you have to figure out where you need to stay. People in India are afraid of the word retirement. There are many rulers in India whose age is past. Health is not supporting them either, but they still want to keep control of the party and do not want to leave the chair. Young leaders. The performance of many of them is still in question – that is, older leaders don’t want to retire and young leaders don’t want to deliver.

No one should have this misconception and pride that it is forever. Time varies and always comes a better politician than a politician. A better artist always comes from an artist, and always a better player than a player. The cycle of time continues like this.

Some of these leaders too
This philosophy is completely opposed to the desire to become immortal. When you realize at the right time that the time has come to retire, you are making room for others. At the same time, more space is created for you in people’s hearts too, to make room in people’s hearts, many times you have to leave your place.

There have been some leaders in our country whose health has deteriorated but they have not left their posts. Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mufti Mohammad Sayeed did not quit his post when he fell ill while serving as Chief Minister and died during that time. Likewise, the same thing happened with the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Despite poor health, she remained as CM until the last time. While leaders like Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley had said goodbye to politics because of their health.

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