PM Narendra Modi to celebrate birthday with mother and ‘divyangs’ in Gujarat

| Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 22:39
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A file photo of PM Modi with mother Hiraba

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to celebrate his 66th birthday in his home state Gujarat. This trip to Gujarat however will be PM Modi's third visit in recent times to his home state.
As per reports, on his birthday PM Modi will seek his mother's blessings and will also spend time with tribals and ‘divyangs’ (differently abled). Modi's family members and mother live in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
Bharat Pandya, Gujarat BJP spokesperson said, “After his (PM) arrival in Ahmedabad on September 17, he will first go to Gandhinagar to seek blessings of his mother Hiraba and meet other family members."
Following the meeting with his family members, PM Modi will then head to the tribal village of Dahod to inaugurate the Kadana-Hafeshwar irrigation project.
Pandya added, “The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Kadana-Hafeshwar irrigation project, which will provide water to several remote villages of this district. The programme will be held at Limkheda during morning."
Later in the day it is planned that PM Modi would go to Navsari where he will be part of a function to distribute aides to differently abled persons.
Pandya said, “In Navsari, PM will distribute various kits and aides to ‘divyang’ citizens. He will also address a large gathering near Navsari town."
PM Modi's previous visit to Gujarat was to inaugurate an irrigation scheme in Saurashtra region.
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It is so wonderful to see Mr.Modi's mother putting sweet in the mouth of her illustrious son. May he enjoy many more ahead.

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