Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating his 70th birthday today (September 17) and leaders from across the spectrum wished the prime minister on his birthday. Besides Indian politicians, several world leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, British PM Borris Johnson, Dalai Lama and Nepal PM KP Oli, Israel PM also wished PM Modi on his 70th birthday.
World Leaders Wishes on Narendra Modi’s Birthday
In India PM Modi is wished by Leaders, actors, Politicians from several political parties on his special day. PM was born to Hiraba and Damodardas Modi in Vadnagar in Mehsana district of Gujarat, in 1950. The Indian PM is considered to be a role model of success, as he becomes India’s PM back from Tea seller.
Russian President Vladimir Putin wished Modi saying that he values the friendly relations developed with India’s Prime Minister and wished him “good health, happiness, well-being and every success.”
Nepal’s PM KP Oli wished Modi, Oli also said that “I wish you good health and happiness. We will continue working closely together to further strengthen relations between our two countries”.
British PM Boris Johnson addressed Modi as his “friend”. Boris Johnson also said that he hopes to see PM Modi soon in his birthday greetings.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel too wished PM Modi on his birthday. Addressing him as “Narendra”, Angela also shared her memories with Indo-German intergovernmental consultations last year.
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“I wish you all the very best in the future – particularly, in these unusual times, health, happiness and fulfilment wrote the German Chancellor.
The Dalai Lama also wished Modi good health and also praised the age-old Indian practices of ahimsa and karuna.
The above list is not complete. It’s just a few among them, the PM continues to receive Birthday wishes from the nook and corner of the world.
In India PM’s party, BJP held a Seva Saptah, from September 14 to 20, coinciding with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday, where it distributed ration amongst the needy, organised blood donation camps and eye-check up camps. One of these 70 programmes included insurance coverage for the people.
Narendra Damodardas Modi became prime minister of the country for the second time in a row when BJP won the Lok Sabha elections in 2019.