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September 17, 2021 11:40
Narendra Modi Celebrates His 71st Birthday

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is turning 71 today and wishes poured in from all the corners of the country on this occasion. Several dignitaries and politicians from all around the globe wished the Indian Prime Minister today. His original name is Narendra Damodardas Modi and he is born on September 17th, 1950 in Gujarat and he is the first Prime Minister of the country to be born in independent India. He took oath as the Indian Prime Minister on May 24th, 2014 and he impressed the country with his governance. He managed to win for the second time with a record majority in 2019 Parliament polls. He has several interesting quotes that inspired the nation. Here are some among them:

Pradhan Sevak: If you work for 12 hours, I will work for 13 hours. If you work for 13, I will work for 14 because I am your Pradhan Sevak and not Pradhan Mantri.

Clean India: Mahatma Gandhi was always focused on cleanliness and we should give him a Clean India.

Democracy: The strength of democracy is the son of a poor man standing in front of you.

India must be India: India must be India and not something else. Our country was once called as Golden Bird.

Hard Work: Hard work brings satisfaction and it never fails or brings fatigue.

Should remain Students: Everyone has to remain a student for a lifetime. One should be ready to learn from every moment of life.

Collective Action: The world should have a balance of collection action and it should come through responsibility.

125 crore steps: India will move forward by 125 steps if 125 crore people work together.

India Tomorrow: India Talent and Information Technology are equal to India Tomorrow.

One Target: The nation should have one target, one intention, one target and one decision.

By Siva Kumar

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