Rahul Gandhi, Digvijay Singh greets PM Narendra Modi on his 67th birthday
Sep 17 2017 by Desiree Burns
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has turned 67 today and the world is wishing him a very happy birthday; his party decided to make it special by marking the day as "Sewa Divas". People of all age groups and from all walks of life were seen celebrating, especially in Surat, where a special event was organised.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh wished PM Modi on his birthday, and said Modi's "leadership has immensely benefited the nation". The cake had some of the most famous slogans of campaigns started by the prime minister.
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While his birthday is being celebrated as Sewa Divas, Twitter is flooded with birthday wishes for the Prime Minister. What mattered, he said, was that they devoted every moment of their time for India's welfare.
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Adding to the string of praises, Shah credited the "historic crackdown against black money and corruption through various measures" to the prime minister. "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.
It's an action-packed birthday for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who first inaugurated Sardar Sarovar - India's tallest and world's second largest dam - across the Narmada River in Kevadia, then addressed supporters at Narmada Mahotsav in Dabhoi, Gujarat.
Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India on May 26, 2014 after the BJP won the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
PM Modi's ideology has indeed made him one of the most popular politicians in the country and his fans include not just the "aam aadmi" but also members of the film fraternity.