Rahul Gandhi wishes Modi on birthday, Digvijaya asks PM to 'correct mistakes'

Rahul Gandhi wishes Modi on birthday, Digvijaya asks PM to 'correct mistakes'

Rahul Gandhi wishes Modi on birthday, Digvijaya asks PM to 'correct mistakes'

Another Congress leader Digvijaya Singh also wished him on his birthday.

Narendra Modi was born on 17 September, 1950.

As part of the saffron party's plan to celebrate Modi's birthday as Seva Diwas across the country, BJP National President Amit Shah attended different programmes in Ranchi while Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was at Kirti Nagar in Delhi, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal in Chennai and Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar in Mumbai.

"With the Jan Dhan Yojana's unprecedented success, the banking system was opened to millions who were isolated from the financial mainstream", he said, in reference to the above claim.

On Sunday, the Prime Minister will dedicated the Sardar Sarovar Dam to the nation.

"Majority of MUDRA's beneficiaries are from poor households, small towns or rural India", he added.

Under the Modi government, Shah said, honest taxpayers, a majority of whom belonged to the middle class, felt they were valued following crackdowns against black money and corruption through various measures, including demonetisation and the benami law.

The PM began his day by seeking his mother's blessings in Gujarat and soon wishes started pouring in on social media.

He concluded by conveying his message of "Swachhata Hi Seva" movement. "May you continue to guide India to path of progress and prosperity". May India become a powerful & developed country under his leadership. Not only his fans and followers around the world are sending him wishes on his big day, but also Bollywood stars have tweeted and wished him a "very happy birthday".

Since taking office, Prime Minister Modi has hit headlines for having made major policies for the country, which have received varied responses, with few sections welcoming the decisions, while others opposing them.

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