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BJP workers kick off PMs birthday celebrations in Varanasi

17 September 2017, 02:55 | Erica Roy

BJP workers kick off PMs birthday celebrations in Varanasi

BJP workers kick off PMs birthday celebrations in Varanasi

"Sharing the candies of our first born daughter Medina with the Prime Minister whom I respect and look up to was an emotional moment for me and my wife... we will cherish this moment all our lives", said Adnan.

Varanasi, Sep 16 (PTI) A day before the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP workers today kicked off the celebration in his constituency by distributing candies and stationery to students of 129 primary schools. A leader of the party told that the plan to celebrate the birthday of his top leader as a service day across the country, BJP chief Amit Shah in Ranchi, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Kirtinagar in Delhi, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in Chennai, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar will be in Mumbai.

Narendra Modi as a part of the National Cadet Corps.

Apart from being a great speaker, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known for his poetic skills too.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman greeted PM Modi on his birthday and participated in "Sewa Diwas".


The diva even met PM Modi a year ago regarding the campaign which creates awareness about the importance of good hand washing habits around the world.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi took to twitter to wish PM Modi on his birthday.

Targeting the prime minister's critics, he said Modi had ruffled several feathers by his action against the corrupt and status quo - "after all, years of privilege of a select few are now over and the poor are now getting their due".

He also claimed that Prime Minister Modi has worked extensively towards poverty alleviation, and under his supervision, the government has undertaken "historic poverty alleviation initiatives (that are) taking shape at a scale unheard of in the history of India". Narendra Modi has launched the Sardar Sarovar Dam - the world's second biggest - on the river Narmada in Gujarat. After that, he headed to Amreli in Saurashtra where he is addressing a public gathering now.



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