The Unbelievable Journey of PM Modi: From Vadnagar to World’s Highest-Rated Leader at 73

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on the verge of celebrating his 73rd birthday, and this occasion carries special significance, given his recent global approval rating as per a Morning Consult survey. An astounding 76% of respondents expressed their approval of Modi’s leadership, marking him as the highest-rated elected leader worldwide. This high approval rating has consistently remained in the 70s, showcasing the trust and support he commands.

To commemorate this milestone, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is orchestrating a variety of celebrations across India. For example, the BJP unit in Tripura has named the celebration ‘Namo Vikas Utsav.’ The day will commence with a yoga session at the Kumarghat PWD Ground, attended by Chief Minister Manik Saha, his cabinet colleagues, and senior party leaders from Delhi and Tripura. In honor of PM Modi’s 73rd birthday on September 17, 73 priority households will receive PG ration cards, 73 copies of the Bhagavad Gita will be distributed among students, and 73 persons with disabilities will receive aid.

In Gujarat, the BJP unit’s celebrations will begin on September 17 and conclude on Gandhi Jayanti. Gujarat BJP president CR Paatil has announced the opening of bank accounts for 30,000 schoolgirls in Navsari district. Additionally, the BJP Yuva Morcha will organize blood donation camps across all districts in Gujarat.

On his 73rd birthday, PM Modi will inaugurate ‘YashoBhoomi’ in Dwarka. This expansive Convention Center, spanning over 73 thousand square meters, features 15 convention rooms, including the Main Auditorium and the Grand Ballroom, along with 13 meeting rooms, capable of accommodating 11,000 delegates.

Let’s take a retrospective look at how PM Modi celebrated his birthday in the past five years:

PM Modi’s birthday 2022: In 2022, PM Modi released eight imported cheetahs in the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.

PM Modi’s birthday 2021: On his birthday, India administered 2.26 crore Covid vaccinations as part of a special drive. An e-auction was also conducted for mementos gifted to PM.

PM Modi’s birthday 2020: The 2020 birthday was overshadowed by the Covid pandemic. Nevertheless, his party BJP organized several events, known as ‘Sewa Saptah,’ where party workers distributed rations to the needy and organized blood donation camps. BJP Chief JP Nadda released a book called “Lord of Records,” highlighting 243 “unprecedented” achievements of the Modi government.

PM Modi’s birthday 2019: On this birthday, PM Modi sought the blessing of his mother Heeraben and attended the ‘Namami Narmada’ festival at Kevadiya Gujarat. He also addressed a public meeting near the ‘Statue of Unity.’ Sadly, Heeraben passed away last year on December 30 at the age of 99.

PM Modi’s birthday 2018: For his 68th birthday, PM Modi visited his Parliament constituency Varanasi. He offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath temple and met with students of Naraur Primary School of Rohaniya in Kashi Vidyapith block.

PM Modi’s birthday in 2014: This marked his first birthday as Prime Minister of India, coinciding with Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to India. PM Modi began his day by seeking his mother’s blessing and later announced 11 welfare schemes of the Gujarat government for the upliftment of women, youth, and people below the poverty line.

Prime Minister Modi’s birthday is not only a personal celebration but also an opportunity for the nation to reflect on his leadership and the progress India has made under his guidance.

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