Happy Birthday PM Modi: Here are 5 reasons that make him different from the rest
PM Modi's background, culture, and manners have all contributed to his success and uniqueness as a person; let’s take a look
Modi, who was born in Vadnagar, Gujarat, began his political career in 1972 when he joined the RSS. He later joined the BJP in 1987 and became Gujarat's first chief minister in 2001. After that, there was the year 2013. He was named the BJP's prime ministerial contender. In the year 2019, he was re-elected as Prime Minister after being out of office in 2014.
What is the secret to his enormous success? His background, culture, and manners have all contributed to his success and uniqueness as a person: Let's take a look at such five instances:
Taking blessings from shrine of Democracy:
On May 20, 2014, the world witnessed a demonstration of PM Modi's principles. When he first arrived at Parliament House following a massive public outpouring, he bent his head before the shrine of democracy and received blessings and kissed the stairwell. It was a great occasion, and many people were emotional and complimented PM Modi as a result. In the year 2019, a similar scene was witnessed. PM Modi delivered his address in the Central Hall of Parliament after being chosen by the BJP and NDA parliamentary parties. Still, before that, he bowed his head before the Indian Constitution.
Meeting his mother regularly:
Narendra Modi returns home after each victory to seek his mother's blessings. When he was re-elected as Prime Minister in 2019, he travelled to Gujarat to visit his mother before taking the oath. PM Modi had previously visited Gujarat for the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in 2016, during which he unexpectedly reached out to his mother early in the morning and shared breakfast.
PM Modi had visited his mother on his 66th birthday. He then spent approximately a half-hour with his mother. Throughout everything, he kept his mother's hand in his. Mother's love, mother's blessings are the herbs of life, he tweeted after the encounter.
No work is small for PM Modi:
PM Modi has demonstrated that no task is too minor or too large to achieve its objectives. The objective is more ambitious. PM Modi's goal in 2014 was the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. PM Modi personally took up the broom to raise public awareness about the issue. I cleaned up the filth that had accumulated. The party officials and eventually the entire populace began tidying up after seeing PM Modi.
Love for his 'friends'
From public rallies to visiting a country's official, Prime Minister Modi has consistently demonstrated that he is not afraid to breach procedure to meet friends. During his encounter with Barack Obama, the same thing happened.
Apart from that, he has been seen breaking protocol on numerous occasions, including welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping in Ahmedabad in September 2014, dinner in Hyderabad with Ivanka Trump, daughter of US President Donald Trump, in November 2017, and welcoming Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at Delhi airport in January 2018.
Country comes first
PM Modi has demonstrated by his actions that the country is more important to him than his family. Even when there is a celebration, PM Modi lives with those who sacrifice their life for the country rather than for their families. It's the year 2014, when Narendra Modi initially became Prime Minister of India. Then he went to Siachen to celebrate Diwali with the Indian Army. The temperature was - 40 degrees at the time. PM Modi has continued this tradition and celebrates Diwali with the military every year.