Katihar, 17 September (His). Workers of NDA constituents including BJP are celebrating the 73rd birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in different ways. Under the ‘Seva Pakhwada’ program that started on the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, under the leadership of BJP Mahila Morcha District President and co-coordinator of the Seva Pakhwada program Reena Jha, fruits were distributed among the patients in the men’s and women’s wards of Sadar Hospital on Sunday.
On this occasion, BJP District President Manoj Rai said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched PM Vishwakarma Yojana today. This is a very big plan. The Rs 13 thousand crore scheme will benefit 18 different categories of workers including blacksmiths, goldsmiths, carpenters, sculptors, washermen and artisans. Manoj Rai said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the architect of the new India, has worked to lay the strong foundation of a grand and self-reliant India on the basis of the country’s ancient heritage. Be it an organization or a government, we all always get inspiration from Narendra Modi that “national interest comes first”. It is a matter of good fortune for BJP workers to get the opportunity to serve the country under the guidance of such a unique leader.
On this occasion, former Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad, Legislative Councilor Ashok Kumar Aggarwal, Pranpur MLA Nisha Singh, Kodha MLA Kavita Paswan, former MP Nikhil Kumar Chaudhary, District General Secretary and in-charge of Seva Pakhwada program Saurabh Kumar Malakar, Lok Sabha co-convenor Govind Adhikari, Sports Cell. State co-convenor Baban Jha, District Vice President Shobha Jaiswal, Chhaya Tiwari, Yuva Morcha District President and program co-incharge Gaurav Paswan etc. said that BJP has started ‘Seva Pakhwada’ program on the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. Under this program, apart from blood donation, health camp, booth empowerment, cleanliness campaign will be conducted. The ‘Seva Pakhwada’ program will continue till the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi (October 02).