The BJP has arranged a “Seva Saptah” from September 14 to 20 to celebrate the PM’s birthday. (File)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was wished by President Ram Nath Kovind, Union Ministers and leaders from throughout the spectrum on his birthday. PM Modi turned70 today. The BJP has organised a “ Seva Saptah” from September 14 to 20 coinciding with the Prime Minister’s birthday. The party is carrying out social initiatives across the nation throughout this week-long event.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have also wanted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday. “Wishing Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji a pleased birthday,” the Congress leader tweeted.
Mr Kejriwal wished his long and healthy life. “Narendra Modi wishing you an extremely happy birthday sir. I pray for your long and healthy life,” he said.
Here are the Live updates on PM Modi’s birthday:
Praying for PM Modi’s “good health”: Rajnath Singh
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said India has actually benefited greatly from PM Modi’s astute leadership, firm conviction and decisive action.
” He has been working assiduously towards empowering the poor and marginalised. Wishing his good health and long life,” Mr Singh said.
Amit Shah wishes PM Modi on birthday
Top BJP leaders say India’s stature rose on the world stage under his leadership and his life committed to the well-being of country is an inspiration for them.
Home Minister Amit Shah hailed PM Modi as a lot of popular leader of the nation and stated he linked deprived sections of the society with mainstream of development. Mr Shah said PM Modi has devoted his entire life for the well-being of the nation and is laying down a structure of strong and self-reliant India.
BJP Chief JP Nadda Wants PM Modi On His Birthday
In a series of tweets, BJP president JP Nadda wished PM Modi, saying that under his management India moved quickly on the path of progress and raised its stature at the world phase. PM Modi’s life is dedicated to nation building and he is an inspiration for all celebration employees, Mr Nadda stated.