Giant cake, news of Bollywood film mark Modi's birthday celebrations

Giant cake, news of Bollywood film mark Modi's birthday celebrations

- cheteshwar pujara (@cheteshwar1) September 17, 2019Happy birthday to our honourable Prime Minister @narendramodi ji.

It is expected to be the biggest ever gathering of Indian Americans in the US.

Earlier on Tuesday, Modi arrived at Kevadiya to take part in the "Namami Narmada" festival being celebrated by the Gujarat government to mark the filling up of the Sardar Sarovar Dam on Narmada river to its full reservoir level of 138.68 metres. "This unique event brings together the President of the world's most influential democracy, the Prime Minister of the world's largest democracy, and a bipartisan delegation of Governors, Members of Congress, Mayors, and other public officials". "May our nation soar to greater heights year after year under your leadership and may you continue being the guiding light for India Jai hind!" tweeted Sanjay Dutt. You are loved beyond words. Wishing you health and happiness. "He wrote, "@narendramodi Ji May the almighty bless you with a successful and healthy life".

WhatsApp status message reads: May your special day be filled with love, peace, and happiness!

Several ministers and senior BJP leaders took to social media to wish Prime Minister Modi.

Arvind Singh made the offering on Monday night on the eve of Modi's birthday. While addressing the 14th Conference of Parties (COP14) to United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) last week, he announced that India would soon put an end to the usage of single-use plastic.

He said the UN Secretary General had said that the Kashmir issue was to be resolved as per UN Security Council Resolutions, adding it was a great success of PTI government on the diplomatic front.

He said that the development will provide the employment to the local tribles and appeal the people to make such places free from single use plastic.

The rally with Modi indicates that the two countries have turned the page on an incident in July when Trump baffled India by saying, in a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, that Modi had sought mediation on Kashmir, a flashpoint for conflict between the nuclear-armed powers.

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