On September 17, the day of his 73rd birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received an avalanche of wishes and greetings from the political world. Amit Shah and S Jaishankar, two members of his Cabinet, as well as other prominent figures, sent their best wishes, praising his leadership and wishing him luck.
President Droupadi Murmu sent his best wishes for Modi, expressing his desire that during the “Amrit Kaal,” Modi will pave the road for India’s progress in all areas thanks to his vision and effective leadership.
The chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, praised the prime minister as the “architect of ‘New India’.” Modi’s contributions to the country were recognised and celebrated during the event.
The Mahatma Gandhi birth anniversary is on September 17; the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has begun “Sewa Pakhwara” from that date until October 2. The party will actively participate in a range of welfare initiatives and events during this time in an effort to connect with many facets of society.
The NaMo app, which is more significant, allows people to send PM Modi their birthday greetings directly. The BJP has launched a scheme named “Express your Seva Bhaav” as a part of the “Seva Pakwada” programme on the NaMo app, allowing people to send greetings and well wishes to the PM.
In his appreciation of PM Modi, Union Home Minister Shah referred to him as the designer of a new India. He praised Modi for building a strong basis for a wealthy and independent India that is founded in the country’s rich historic tradition.
We always take our cue from Modi ji that the national interest comes first, whether we’re talking about the party organisation or the administration, he claimed.
JP Nadda, the president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), sent his best wishes to Prime Minister Modi, emphasising that the PM has made a substantial contribution to raising the status of Indian culture internationally, encouraging the multifaceted growth of individuals, and advancing the development of the country as a whole.
The BJP chief stated on X that our mission of “antyodaya” (uplift of the most oppressed) has permeated every village and every segment of society and has become the motto for the determination to have a developed India.
On his 73rd birthday, Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge, the president of the Congress, also wished Modi a happy birthday.
“Happy birthday, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji. Kharge wished him “long life and good health” on X, formerly known as Twitter.
This morning, Gandhi posted on X, “Wishing PM Narendra Modi a happy birthday.”
“Happy birthday to Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” wrote Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar and a leader of the Janata Dal United, on X. For his well-being and long life, I pray.
Sharad Pawar, the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), wished PM Modi a happy birthday. On the occasion of the Prime Minister’s birthday, he sent birthday wishes of health, joy, and success.
On his birthday, the PM unveiled a number of development measures. The ambitious “PM Vishwakarma” programme, launched by Prime Minister Modi in honour of “Vishwakarma Jayanti,” which also falls on September 17, aims to encourage traditional craftspeople, artisans, and other participants in the celebration.
In Varanasi, PM Modi’s congressional district, there were celebrations for his birthday. On his birthday, prayers were said at the Sankalp Siddhi Hanuman Temple. Along with these events, the “Ganga Aarti” and the “Akhand Ramayana Path” were held.