Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 70 birthday today. PM Modi today praises the world for his fearless and cool image that has been created all over the world. Whether it is a challenging way to fight the Covid-19 or to respond to the enemy on the border, he has proved himself successful on every occasion. That is why 125 crore people of the country like the PM. It had never happened before that a PM had said something and that crores of people had done it honestly.
At the beginning of Kovid-19, when PM Modi appealed to the people to impose a one-day curfew and to play a plate, the sky was echoed by the sound of platters, applause and bells. After that, people lit lamps in their homes for the Corona Warriors.
In March this year, when he talked about taking the trust from social media, people appealed to him not to do so. He then said that he is not taking retirement from social media at present. In a tweet, he said that he will dedicate his Twitter account on this International Women’s Day to the women who have been inspired by him and did so.
On August 23, 2020, he posted a video on social media in which he was appearing with peacocks. Thereafter, their animal love was also seen by the world. Earlier in November 2016, his photo of a lion’s photo click was also quite viral.
Let me tell you that in 2014, 2015 and 2017, he was included in the list of 100 most influential people by Time magazine. Forbes magazine ranked him as the 9th most powerful person in the world in 2015, 2016 and 2018. In the year 2015, he was the second most followed politician on Twitter and Facebook. He is the only prime minister of the country to receive the highest honour from most countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi, who gave a new direction to the country on his own working style, was born on September 17, 1950, at Vadnagar in Gujarat. Despite his busy programme, PM Modi does not forget to bless his mother on his birthday.
At times, the photo has also come to the media touching his mother’s feet. He described former president Pranab Mukherjee as a father. The world also saw the photograph of Pranabda’s stage touch. On this birthday, today we will tell you about their different form.
PM Modi gave a befitting reply to Pakistan in his own language through the surgical strike and then Balakote airstrike. Then everybody said, “Modi is possible”. In addition, he started ‘ Mann ki Baat ‘ from the radio. Every time in ‘ Mann Ki Baat ‘, he mentioned the people living in different parts of the country who could not get any identity. It not only encouraged them but also made it a source of inspiration for others.
In July 2019, PM Modi tweeted a photo and wrote, “With a special friend”. In the beginning, there was a panic in the media about who is this particular friend. The discomfort of the media was that the special friend he had spoken of was a small child who was doing the same in his lap. Later, he was also disclosed through a tweet.
In fact, the child was the granddaughter of BJP MP Satyanarayan Jatiya, who he brought to join PM Modi. PM Modi’s image gathers a lot of headlines and people say ‘ May Wah ‘, it also happens.
During his first term 2014, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Japan, what he did there was a surprise to all the people there. Launching the Tata Consultancy Service at the Japan Academy of Technology and Culture in Tokyo, he started playing the traditional Japanese instruments of Taiko drums. It was also a unique experience for the Taiko drum master present there.
Modi, who runs a cleanliness mission all over India, has been able to keep the place around him clean and not to spread garbage anywhere. As PM, he spoke of the agitation for the first time.
It had never happened before. No PM had ever said this kind of thing, nor did he get on the road and raise a broom to clean the garbage. From the first term, he started the campaign and appeared to be cleaning up not one many times and in many places. Through this campaign, he also made a lot of opponents.
Yoga had been doing the whole world long ago, but PM Modi administered it international identity. It was also part of his campaign. In doing so, he always remained ahead. He appeared to be doing unafraid yoga among the common people. Thanks to them, yoga has got a new identity today.
We do not know how fond Modi is of dancing besides flying kites, but in Nagaland, when he danced with the people there in his traditional costumes, it was for the first time that he might be fond of it. The smile on his face while dancing was not seen on the face of a PM before now. This picture of the Hornbill festival, which surfaced in December 2014.
Discovery Channel’s adventure show ‘ Man Verses Wild ‘ was telecast in 180 countries including India. People were keen to watch the show in the country. During the entire show, people stood in front of the TV. In the meantime, PM Modi shared the screen with Beer Grylls. In this programme, Modi’s different image was seen by the people.