Prime Minister Narendra Modi will turn 66 on September 17 and is planning to goÂ to his home state Gujarat for celebrating his birthday. His day will start by taking blessings from his mother “˜Hiraba”™ and then he will meet his other family members including his recently died niece family.
During first half of the day, Mr. Modi will be in Dahod and is going to announce welfare schemes for tribals. Afterwards he will lay the foundation stone for two water projects: One irrigation project is related to the Kadana dam and is expected to make water available to farmers in the region and other project is the linking Hateshwar Dam in Kawant taluka of Chhota Udepur district to resolve the drinking water crisis in the region. Recently, Dahod district had experienced extreme drought with continuous water tables depletion in most parts of the district.
In the second half of the day, Modi ji will go to Navsari, where he will distribute aids and appliances to physically challenged beneficiaries. According to sources, administration has set the target of gathering around 11,000 specially-abled persons from across south Gujarat, to whom our PM Modi will distribute kits worth Rs 7.5 crore. Sources said that the kits for the specially-abled persons has been sponsored by the Central Government.
“It is going to be a Guinness World Record at Navsari on September 17. Around 11,000 specially-abled persons will be given kits worth Rs 7.50 crore in the presence of PM. We have arranged transportation facilities to ferry the specially-abled from various destinations across the south Gujarat region,” said district collector Ravi Kumar Arora.
BJP this move is also considered to be a step towards Assembly polls next year. It”™s a move to reconnect with people, as BJP had lost the panchayat and taluka polls in the prominent tribal areas to Congress and JDU in November last year.
In this occasion we request people to follow our Prime Minister”™s vision of Swachh Bharat and Beti bachao Beti padhao.