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Jharkhand Governor CP Radhakrishnan on Sunday wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 73rd birthday, calling him a “unique leader” who inspires everyone, regardless of whether they belong to his party or not.
“He (PM Modi) is a unique leader, who inspires everyone regardless of whether they belong to his party or not. Every citizen wants the country to develop and make forward strides. And he is inspiring them to come forward and contribute to the country’s progress. He rose from the most humble backgrounds to being a visionary leader not just for India but for the entire world,” the Jharkhand Governor said.
Meanwhile, members of the Sai Ram Yuvak Mandal in Surat celebrated the 73rd birth anniversary of PM Modi by cutting a mega-sized cake with the word “Bharat” inscribed on it.
In response to his well-wishers for greeting him on his 73rd birthday, Prime Minister Modi said he was “deeply touched” and “overwhelmed”.
“Deeply touched by the outpouring of wishes today from all over India and the world. I thank each and every person who has shared their wishes. Overwhelmed to see so many people engaging in selfless social work on this day. Every gesture is special and strengthens our collective spirit,” PM Modi posted on X.
Earlier in the day, President Droupadi Murmu also extended greetings to PM Modi on his 73rd birthday.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityananth also extended their wishes to Prime Minister Modi.
Leaders from across the political spectrum, including from the Congress, National Conference and Shiv Sena (UBT), extended birthday wishes to him as well.