PM Modi reaches Kuno national park, releases Cheetahs

New Delhi: Kuno national park in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh is all set to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 72nd birthday. All preparations for the celebrations at the national park have been completed.

PM Modi, who turned 72 on Saturday, released 8 Nambian cheetahs at MP’s Kuno National Park.

The Bharatiya Janata Party is ready with a plan to make PM Modi’s birthday celebrations memorable. While the party aims to set a record for maximum number of Covid-19 vaccine immunizations on September 17, it will also launch a 21-day ‘सेवा और समर्पण’ (service and dedication) campaign.

BJP National President JP Nadda will inaugurate an exhibition on the life and leadership of the prime minister at the party headquarters in New Delhi. Similar exhibitions will be held in other states as well.

This is PM Modi’s minute-to-minute program

  • Arrival at Gwalior by special plane at 9.45 am.
  • Will reach Kuno National Park by helicopter at 10.30 am.
  • Will release the cheetahs in the enclosure from 10.45 am to 11.45 am.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach Karahal at 11.50 am.
  • Women Self Help Groups will attend the conference from 12 pm to 1 pm.
  • PM to reach Gwalior airport at 2.15 pm.
  • Will leave from Gwalior at 2.20 pm.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit will be of 4 hours 35 minutes.

Here’s the moment-to-moment live updates of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday celebrations

11:48 am: PM Modi addresses the nation after releasing the cheetahs

PM Modi said, ‘This is a historic moment. Cheetahs will make us more environmentally conscious.’

11:30 am: Another cheetah also released in the enclosure

10:40 am: PM Modi arrives in Kuno

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Kuno National Park. They will release 8 cheetahs in the enclosure.

10:30 am: PM Modi leaves for Kuno from Gwalior

Prime Minister Modi has left for Kuno Sanctuary from Gwalior. They will reach the sanctuary in the next 20-25 minutes.

10:14 am: PM Modi reaches Gwalior

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Gwalior before going to Kuno Sanctuary. From here he will leave for Kuno.

Birthday wishes to PM Modi

Buddhist religious leader Dalai Lama congratulates PM Modi. He says, “On the occasion of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s seventy-second birthday I have written to him to offer my warmest good wishes and prayers for his continued good health.”

Sudarsan Pattnaik made sand statue on PM Modi’s birthday

Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik extended special wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday. Patnaik created a five-feet sand statue of the Prime Minister along with the installation of 1,213 clay tea cups at Puri beach in Odisha, on PM Modi’s 72nd birthday.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that new India has emerged as the world power under the leadership of PM Modi.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi also wished PM Modi on his birthday.

5 facts about the prime minister

1. PM Narendra Modi used to help his father at the tea shop at the local railway station in his childhood. He participated in a lot of plays while in school and performed a play at the age of 13-14 to earn money to repair a damaged wall.

2. When he was 8 years old, Modi came to know about the RSS and started attending its sessions. In the Sangh, he met Laxmanrao Inamdar, who later became his mentor and inducted him into the organization as a junior cadet.

3. Narendra Modi later became a full-time RSS pracharak before joining the BJP in 1985.

4. When Narendra Modi was appointed as the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001, he was not a member of the State Legislative Assembly.

5. Narendra Modi is also the first Indian Prime Minister born after the country’s independence.

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