Rahul Gandhi lost for ample words in wishing Modi on his 70th birthday
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A Seva Saptah has been organised by the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) from September 14 to 20 to celebrate the 70th birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.
To commemorate the occasion, the ruling party has undertaken social initiatives across the country during the Seva Saptah. The whole nation has been sending its love via birthday wishes to PM Modi including President Ram Nath Kovind and national award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut.
PM Modi was born in Gujarat's Mehsana district to Damodardas Modi and Heeraben. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader is the longest-serving PM of India of non-Congress origin and is also the fourth-longest serving Indian PM.
Under the leadership of Modi, the BJP has achieved new heights. In the 2019 elections, BJP won with a majority of 303 seats creating a history in the democracy. The digital-age PM has a large number of fan following on social media with 37.9 million followers on the Prime Minister's office Twitter account.
PM Modi's biggest rival and vocal critic, Rahul Gandhi also sent him birthday wishes and said, "wishing PM Narendra Modi ji a happy birthday."
Shashi Tharoor, Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram said, "a happy birthday and many healthy and successful years in the service of the nation."
In his tweet, Tharoor wrote, "Wishing @NarendraModi ji a happy birthday and many healthy & successful years in the service of the nation. May he be able to work more successfully to ensure that Vikas actually dawns in our country & is truly “sab ka” & “sab ka saath”!
Rajnath Singh, Defence minister sent birthday wishes to PM Modi and wished for his healthy life, and said that the country has benefited tremendously from the prime minister's astute leadership. He also added PM Modi is committed to working for the poor and marginalised.
Kangana Ranaut also extended her wishes to PM Modi and said, "the common man of this country has immense respect for him and I think the countrymen are lucky to have a prime minister like him."
While commenting on PM Modi's haters, Ranaut Said that such people are very few in numbers and it is just a propaganda of few selective.
On this special occasion, Amit Shah, Union Home Minister said, "the prime minister is committed to working for the deprived sections of the society and is 'laying down a foundation of strong and self-reliant India'."
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