He has brought a change ‘“ a change in the set boring rituals of the political arena, a change in the mindset of his ardent followers, and a change in the thinking of the people of the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi turns 64 today.
But nothing has changed for him.
He went to see his mother early morning, sought her blessings, received a gift from her, and met other family members as well who wished him happy birthday. This has become a ritual of sorts for him.
The Prime Minister seeking the blessings of his Mother. pic.twitter.com/mB8TQb4OWr
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) September 17, 2014
— PIB India (@PIB_India) September 17, 2014
The Prime Minister received birthday wishes from leaders all across the country and from his friend and Japanese President Shinzo Abe too.
Last year, when he was more into limelight than any political leader due to his declared candidature for the prime ministerial post, the BJP factions all over the country had celebrated his birthday with gusto in their own manners. This year, they organized havans and donated the amount kept for celebration purpose into the PM Relief Fund for the Jammu and Kashmir flood victims.
Kanpur: PM Narendra Modi’s Birthday Celebrations, Yajana pic.twitter.com/aOZOSmSZxj
— ANI (@ANI_news) September 17, 2014
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— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 14, 2014
He has brought a change – a change in the set boring rituals of the political arena, a change in the mindset of his ardent followers, and a change in the thinking of the people of the country.
The Modi government has now spent more than 100 days in the government and they indeed have been better. Inflation has eased up, price rise has been arrested and prices of essential commodities have been brought down. The growth scale is seeing upwards and the oil prices have come down too. The Sensex is having a good time and the foreign policy of the country has never been so better.
Today, Chinese President Xi Jinping is arriving in Gujarat and Prime Minister Modi will set his own protocol by receiving him at the Ahmedabad airport. And he will celebrate his birthday in style by having dinner with Xi in the Sabarmati riverfront gardens in the evening.
The Chinese President was very keen on visiting Gujarat. According to the Indian Express, he will see some 120 business delegates which include Indian industry captains invited by the Gujarat government for a high-level meeting at The Hyatt where he will be putting up. These are businessmen with roots and interests in Gujarat, like Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Cyrus Mistry, Gautam Adani and Azim Premji.
Apart from setting up an industrial park in Sanand, with involvement of China Development Bank, three big MoUs, including one with Guangdong province, will be signed for bilateral development in industry, business, energy development, water resources management, environment conservation and cultural ties. And the MoU between Guangzhou and Ahmedabad city will target development of the two cities as sister-cities.
Flags and banners will be put up on the 132-foot Ring Road, from airport to the Blind People’s Association (BPA) to The Hyatt.
The two leaders, who are meeting for the second time since Modi took office, are expected to discuss the road ahead in the Sino-Indian border negotiations. However, the two countries are still to appoint their Special Representatives for the border talks. In fact, the Prime Minister has given a new mantra for this friendship which will need more confidence building measure than any other nation. He calls it “INCH towards MILES”.
If I have to describe potential of India-China ties I will say- INCH (India & China) towards MILES (Millennium of Exceptional Synergy)!
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 16, 2014
We wish our Prime Minister a long and healthy life!