No Wish Goes Unacknowledged on PM Modi’s Birthday

Although a 66th birth-anniversary might not seem much like a milestone, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who turned that age on Saturday,  has resolute that no birthday wish shall remain unappreciated. For achieving this, a special tech attribute on the NaMo app has been added to facilitate people to drop messages to wish the Prime Minister greetings on his birthday, and also upload personalized birthday cards made by them.

In reply, a memo thanking the correspondent for his/her wishes will be sent to them, referring to the correspondent by their name, which can be shared on social media platforms.


This is not happening for the first time that Modiji is using technology to acknowledge the greetings personally, formerly it happened when he triumphed the General Elections of 2014, his panel sent out direct thanksgiving messages to every admiring message sent on social media site Twitter.

Several famous personalities have sent their greetings through the app, including singer Lata Mangeshkar, actor Aamir Khan, superstar Amitabh Bachchan, and industry titans Anil Ambani, each recalling with warmness, their past involvement with Prime Minister Modi.


Mr. Bachchan evokes Prime Minister Modi’s consideration to phenomenal and detail recall. “I am astonished by how you administer to remember minute details of past incident, like the way you enquired about the cut I had to suffer on my finger during Uttarayan on the occasion of flying kites,” he mentioned in his good wishes.

Not only this, millions of his followers are also wishing him through various other platforms on social media in their own way. While every year on the occasion of his birthday, Prime Minister Modi always makes it a point to see his mother and seek blessings from her. Modi is a man of vision and mission and has been serving the country as Prime Minister since 26 May 2014.

Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi (L), the prime ministerial candidate for India's main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), seeks blessings from his mother Heeraben at her residence in Gandhinagar in the western Indian state of Gujarat May 16, 2014. Modi will be the next prime minister of India, with counting trends showing the pro-business Hindu nationalist and his party headed for the most resounding election victory the country has seen in thirty years. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR3PFCT




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