With virtually the entire world wishing Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 67th birthday – the Russian Ambassador even extended birthday wishes to PM with a letter in Hindi and many politicians took to Twitter to extend their own varied greetings – there was another particular news on the day that also became an eye-ball grabber. It was revealed that a big Modi fan has collected two lakh pictures of PM and this exercise was so massive that it got him a world record that was officially registered as a Guinness World Record, ANI reports. Manmohan Agrawal, who hails from Jaipur made a world record by displaying his collection of two lakh pictures of PM Modi in an exhibition today.
PM’s birthday has been celebrated across the country with his fans sparing no effort. With cutouts of PM Narendra Modi everywhere, almost every government school across Varanasi celebrated his birthday. Songs were sung, sweets distributed, and classes cancelled in almost all schools to hold the function. Not only that, to celebrate the 67th birthday of PM, the Bharatiya Janata Party observed ‘Seva Diwas’ on Sunday across the country with party leaders attending medical camps, blood donation events, and taking part in cleanliness drives. The Delhi BJP organised health camps and sanitation drives across the national capital as a part of Sewa Diwas. Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar pledged to devote at least 100 hours in a year for cleanliness activities on ‘Seva Diwas’, reported PTI.
Earlier in the day, a number of leaders across the political spectrum extended their greetings to PM Modi. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi also extended birthday wishes to Modi. “Best wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modiji on his birthday. @narendramodi,” Gandhi said on Twitter. The PM himself was in Gujarat to inaugurate the Sardar Sarovar Dam today.