Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday is being celebrated across the country by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on Friday. Previously, the party celebrated the ‘Sewa Saptah’ for a week starting from September 17 every year, but this year it is more special as PM Modi is completing 20 years of his public life.
The BJP will celebrate ‘Seva aur Samarpan Abhiyan’ from September 17 to October 7, the day PM Modi was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the first time in 2001.
While BJP workers across the country are celebrating PM Modi’s birthday, the occasion is even more special for the UP BJP given the upcoming polls.
On PM Modi’s 71st birthday on September 17, the BJP will begin ‘Sewa aur Samarpan Abhiyan’, during which party workers will reach out to people of different sections. Various programmes have been lined up during this period.
- From September 17-20, health check-up camps will be organised.
- The youth wing will organise a blood donation camp
- Anusuchit Jati Morcha will distribute fruits and other essentials among the needy.
- OBC Morcha workers will distribute fruits in orphanages and old-age homes.
- Kisan Morcha will organise ‘Kisan Samman Diwas’ wherein 71 farmers and 71 youngsters will be felicitated.
- Mahila Morcha will honour 71 women corona warriors who provided their services during the pandemic.
PROGRAMME FOR GANDHI JAYANTI AND DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA JAYANTI
During the campaign, the party will also organise programmes at every booth on the eve of Deendayal Upadhyaya’s birth anniversary on September 25.
On October 2, BJP workers will organise a sanitation drive in which rivers will be cleaned, and trees will be planted. Besides, programmes will also be organised to promote a ‘plastic-free India’.
An exhibition will also be organised on PM Modi’s life.
Speaking about the plans for PM Modi’s birthday, UP BJP spokesperson Hero Bajpai said, “We aim to reach out to the maximum people so that they become aware of our policies and they should also know that there is a PM whose birthday is celebrated among common people.”