Mr. Nanik G. Motwane with Mahatma Gandhi at Bombay in 1931. “The cheers that punctuated my remarks on some of the most important amendments showed that the listeners were following my exposition with the utmost attention. All this was possible because of the perfect CHICAGO RADIO loudspeaker arrangements that were made for the Subjects Committee as well as for the Open Sessions.”
President of India – Dr. Rajendra Prasad, said, “I must admit that the success of the Bombay Congress Session was greatly due to the loudspeaking arrangement which was the best so far heard by me.”
The Vice-President, Dr. S. Radhakrishnan,
speaking through the Chicago Radio Public Address System.
“Your Loudspeakers did most excellent work and the arrangements were very much appreciated by all.” Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
“Sjt. Nanik G. Motwane has been serving the Indian National Congress since 1929 with his loudspeakers. Those who have witnessed the huge demonstration of the Bombay Congress must have vivid recollections of his admirable arrangements. The Reception Committee will not be able to find better arrangements in this line.”Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
“Indian Air Force’s 27 th Anniversary display, held on April 3, 1960, at Marine Drive, Bombay. Over a million spectators, spread over a distance of 31/2 miles, heard every word of the commentary through CHICAGO RADIO loudspeakers.
“Little did I realise how impressive and moving and inspiring the sight of you would be.” Thus spoke Mr. Eisenhower, President of the United States of America, when he addressed the two-million strong assemblage who heard him in pin-drop silence at the Ramlila Grounds, Delhi, on December 13, 1959.