The man behind telecom revolution in IndiaThe credit of the telecom revolution goes Rajiv Gandhi, our ex-Prime Minister. It is his initiative to establish the Center for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) in August 1984. This initiative has given chance to telecom to spread from the city to the villages. PCOs were opened everywhere. Even the people of the villages started getting connected with the country and the world. Similarly, he is responsible for the computer revolution also in the country.
He is the youngest Prime Minister of the country and he did a good job as Prime Minister and had a very painful death in a blast on 21st May 1991.
On his 76th birthday today, I pay my respects to him and hope that the other members will also join me in paying their tributes to this great personality.