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PM Modi turns 68 today, warm greetings flooded by ministers and country

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will celebrate his 68th birthday today in his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi with the students of the primary schools in Narur Village and Warm wishes is flooding by the ministers and all over the nation for our honorary Prime Minister.

The first thing PM Modi did was to meet his 98-year-old mother, Heeraben at Gujarat’s Gandhinagar. President Ram Nath Kovind wishes PM long life and dedicated services to people on twitter.

President wrote, “Birthday greetings to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Wish him a long life and many years of dedicated service to the people of the country #President Kovind”.

While Finance Minister Arun Jaitley greeted PM Modi by saying, “Warm birthday compliments to the dynamic and illustrious Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi Ji. I wish him good health and a long life. May he continue to render for many more years his exceptional services to the nation and guide the country to its glory”.

On his 68th birthday, PM Modi will spend the day with the children of a primary school led by a non-profit NGO, ‘Room to Read’ in Karur Village and after that PM Modi will interact with the students of the kashi Vidyapeeth.

Besides addressing the school students, PM Modi will also lead the foundation stone of several projects like Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) and Atal Incubation Centre at the Banaras Hindu University.

Multiple infrastructure projects like the expansion of the Babatpur-Shivapur road and Ring Road Phase I will also be launched. As per the sources, PM Modi will visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple where he will watch an inspirational movie on him, “Chalo Jeete Hain” and it will broadcast on national television channels.

Famous dairy brand Amul is also celebrating PM Modi’s birthday with a video shared on Twitter which displays Modi’s commendable work throughout his tenure as PM including visits at the international level and within nations till date.

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