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Prime Minister to visit Gujarat on his birthday

Modi is scheduled to reach Gujarat on late Monday night and meet his mother Hiraba early Tuesday morning to seek blessings.

ET Bureau|
Updated: Sep 16, 2019, 12.29 PM IST
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By Dhurjoti Bhattacharya

GANDHINAGAR: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting his home state on his birthday on Tuesday.

Modi is scheduled to reach Gujarat on late Monday night and meet his mother Hiraba early Tuesday morning to seek blessings before proceeding to Kevadia Colony to attend a grand celebration of Sardar Sarovar dam reaching its full capacity of 168.68 meters.

Earlier the state government had invited the Prime Minister to attend the event and on Sunday evening, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani tweeted “we look forward to welcome our beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modiji on his birthday 17 th September at Kevadia to celebrate “Namami Devi Narmade Mahotsav.”


BJP is also organising a Narmada Arti across all the district headquarters of the state simultaneously on Tuesday morning, where folk artists and singers will perform as a part of celebration.

BJP also has planned a grand week long celebration of Prime Minister’s birthday as Seva Saptah, marking the week with events like blood donation camps, medical camps, tree plantations, awareness campaigns on environmental issues, cleanliness and plastic ban etc. The celebrations were inaugurated by Gujarat BJP President Jitu Vaghani on Saturday.
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