Narendra Modi's Birthday: Wishes Pour In From Every Corner
By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 17, Sep 2020, 11:25 am IST | UPDATED: 17, Sep 2020, 11:25 am IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns 70 today, wishes pour in from all corners of the world to greet the PM on this auspicious occasion. From Union Ministers to World leaders everyone greeted PM Modi on this birthday.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence minister Rajnath Singh, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Civil aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Ministry of Road Transport Nitin Gadkari wished PM Modi on Twitter.
“PM Modi has devoted each moment of his life towards making India strong, safe, and self-reliant. I am lucky to serve the nation under his leadership. I along with all countrymen wish for PM’s healthy and long life,” Amit Shah tweeted in Hindi.
Minister of Defence Rajnath Singh said in his greetings that the PM has worked diligently towards empowering the poor and marginalised and the nation has benefited tremendously from his leadership.
“Greetings and warm wishes to PM Narendra Modi on his birthday. India has benefited tremendously from his astute leadership, firm conviction, and decisive action. He has been working assiduously towards empowering the poor & marginalised. Praying for his good health and long life,” he tweeted.
Minister Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted, “I join the nation in wishing India’s popular and visionary PM Narendra Modi Ji on his 70th birthday. A steadfast leader with immense clarity, he has brought about a transformational change in the lives of Indians through his policies of inclusive & sustainable development.”
MP Kiren Rijiju also conveyed his good wishes to the PM through twitter. “Happy birthday to our dearest Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji. Thank you for restoring people’s faith in democracy and it’s political leadership due to your unblemished ethics and high morality. New India is emerging under your leadership. I pray for your good health and long life,” he tweeted.
BJP chief JP Nadda had earlier launched the 'Seva Saptah', a week-long party campaign to mark the 70th birthday of the PM on September 17, This year, all social welfare activities revolve around the number 70. Nadda had also announced that the party will work at 70 spots in every district for cleanliness and distribution of fruits. They also established a target of providing at least 70 specially-abled people with the equipments they require in each district. There will also be 70 virtual rallies.
One of the first VIPs to wish Modi was Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli, who said that the two leaders will continue to work closely together towards strengthening relations between India and Nepal. The wishes come amid strained ties between the neighbours over a new Nepal map which shows Indian territories marked as its own and several other flashpoints.