Prime Minister Modi Birthday Celebration to Held at Navsari District
The grand celebrations are going to be organized by the Gujarat government. On the occasion of Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi 66th birthday on September 17. The organizers mainly aimed at breaking the four records i., three Guinness World Records, and one National Record.
These celebrations are going to held at Navsari district on 17th September. On this momentous event, there will be the distribution of 17,000 kits among the 11,223 physically challenged people.
Apart from this, on Narendra Modi birthday, the organizers aim to break a world record of forming a maximum number of people in the wheelchairs that create an image or logo. The US made the previous record with 346 persons in the year 2010.
This includes another record is expected to set by involving 1000 people in wheelchairs, according to the organizing committee. They have also planned to break the record which made by Australia, by providing hearing aids to 1,000 deaf people.
Last but not the least, the organizers also expected to bag another record of, 1500 oil lamps which will lit simultaneously at a single location.
Narendra Damodardas Modi, a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party, he is the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 26th May 2014. Modi served as the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014, and he is the Member of Parliament from Varanasi.
“This programme is inspired by central government’s ‘Accessible India’ campaign under which people with disability given hearing aids, wheelchairs and tricycles, calipers and prosthetics’ and multi-sensory integrated educational development kits among other items,” official said.
Narendra Modi, who will be celebrating his birthday in Gujarat, will attend the events organized by the state government. Apart from seeking blessings from his mother, he is going to spend some time with the tribals and with physically challenged people.
“The Prime Minister will inaugurate the Kadana-Hafeshwar irrigation project, which will provide water to several remote villages of this district. The program will held at Limkheda during the morning,” said Padaliya.
Delegates from all over the world are going to attend this event on Saturday.
Navsari district collector Ravi Arora said, “Aim is to serve the physically challenged people. The records created when physically challenged kids to hold 1500 oil lamps in their hands at a single location.”