Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Culture Minister Kapil Mishra responded to this campaign to preserve Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam's memory through a knowledge centre. Even though Kalam's residence was reallocated, the Delhi Government has built a knowledge centre with his books and possessions.
Bhagwan Singh’s message:
I am so happy, and so would be millions of Kalam's admirers and followers, that the Delhi Government has initiated steps to build a Knowledge Centre in the Capital in memory of the great patriot and using his huge collection of books and manuscripts. The three-member expert team that the Delhi Government had set up to guide them through the whole process visited Kalam's home town Rameswaram recently and presented its report to the Government. Soon the belongings of Kalam will be taken back from his house in Rameswaram to be placed in a large building for public exhibition. They will be shifted into the Kalam Knowledge Centre as soon as it is built, which I hope will be done real soon. Thank you, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Thank you all, my friends who joined me in this campaign. Thank you, Change.org. Thank you, News7Tamil, my great partner in this noble task.