PM Modi Birthday: How Does PM Modi Celebrate His Birthday?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns 72 this year on 17th September. Every year he proves that ‘country comes first’ for him by celebrating his birthday in unique ways.
Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 72 on 17th September so the social media including Twitter, Koo & others flooded with his birthday wishes. He was born on September 17, 1950.
Let’s talk about how our Prime Minister used to celebrate his birthday every year after becoming PM, since 2014.
Cheetah Project: PM Modi Birthday In 2022
This year PM Modi will release 8 cheetahs which are brought from Namibia, South Africa so that the country can get Cheetahs back after 75 years.
Apart from this, he is going to launch the new National Logistics Policy to reduce fuel costs for the business sector across the country.
Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO): PM Modi Birthday In 2021
The Prime Minister attended virtually the 21st Meeting of the Council of Heads of State of the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) on his 71st birthday.
Social Services Amid COVID: PM Modi Birthday In 2020
The coronavirus outbreak occurred around the time that Prime Minister Modi turned 70. The nation was fighting the pandemic, so celebrations were low-key and focused on humanitarian efforts and symbolic projects.
Sardar Sarovar Dam Inauguration: PM Modi Birthday In 2019
Prime Minister Modi marked his 69th birthday with a busy itinerary, spending the majority of his time in Gujarat, his native state.
He went to the Sardar Sarovar Dam in Narmada to see the historic event for the dam’s first time, after its height was increased in 2017, reaching its greatest capacity at 138.68 meters.
Spent Time With Children: PM Modi Birthday In 2018
To celebrate his 68th birthday, PM Modi traveled to Varanasi, his home constituency, and spent time with young students at an elementary school.
Solar lamps, stationery, school bags, and notebooks were given to the children. Later, the PM prayed at the Kashi Vishwanath temple in the city.
The Gujarati translation of PM Modi’s Exam Warriors was released by the Navajivan Trust, making the day more memorable. Having been published by the Trust, he is India’s third prime minister.
Narmada Mahotsav: PM Modi Birthday In 2017
Modi opened the Sardar Sarovar Dam in Kevadia, Gujarat, on his 67th birthday. Sixty years after Jawahar Lal Nehru laid the dam’s foundation stone, it was finally revealed.
At the time, Modi declared that the dam would represent the nation’s strength. In addition, he traveled to assess the progress being made on the Statue of Unity.
He then went to the “Narmada Mahotsav” ending ceremony and spoke to a crowd before going to the home of Marshal of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh, who had passed away on September 16.
He had earlier gone to Gandhinagar to see his mother Heeraben to ask for her blessing.
Aid For Differently Abled Persons: PM Modi Birthday In 2016
The 66th birthday festivities began with a trip to Gandhinagar to see his mother Heeraben.
Modi traveled to Navsari later in the day and attended a ceremony to honor the delivery of aid to people with disabilities. On this occasion, 989 lamps were ignited simultaneously, setting a record.
Shauryanjali Exhibition: PM Modi Birthday In 2015
On his 65th birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Shauryanjali, a war exhibition held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1965 India-Pakistan conflict. To mark the occasion, BJP workers launched a 365-kg ladoo.
Blessed By Mother: PM Modi Birthday In 2014
In order to receive blessings from his mother Heeraben, Narendra Modi traveled to Gandhinagar in 2014, the year of his first birthday as prime minister.
On his 64th birthday, PM Modi drove himself from Ahmedabad to Gandhinagar in a regular car.
On this occasion, his mother gave the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for flood-stricken Jammu and Kashmir Rs 5,000. He hosted a special luncheon for Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad later in the day.