PM Modi greets people on Christmas, says Christ's teachings inspire millions

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday remembered former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on his 95th birth anniversary. Vajpayee was born on this day in 1924.

PM Modi greets people on Christmas, says Christs teachings inspire millions
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New Delhi, Dec 25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday remembered former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on his 95th birth anniversary.


Vajpayee was born on this day in 1924.


Modi in a minute-long video message in Hindi said the words of Vajpayee were powerful, but his silence had even more power. "He had an amazing power of knowing when he should turn mute and when he should say," Modi said.


Shah said Vajpayee left an indelible mark in Indian politics with his "nationalistic thinking, impeccable image and dedicated life to the nation".


"The life of Atalji was based on ideology and principles. There was no fascination of power in his life. Under his leadership, the country saw good governance happening," Shah tweeted in Hindi. 


Also on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted people on the occasion of Christmas, saying the teachings of Jesus Christ inspire millions across the world.


"We remember, with immense joy, the noble thoughts of Jesus Christ. He epitomised spirit of service and compassion, devoting his life towards alleviating human suffering," the prime minister wrote on Twitter.


PM Modi greets people on Christmas, says Christ's teachings inspire millions


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the teachings of Christ inspire millions across the world.


He said it is a day to remember Christ with immense joy.




Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also wished for peace for all.



Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also wished for peace for all.


"Merry Christmas. May God shower his choicest blessings on all. May there be peace, love and happiness everywhere," Kejriwal tweeted..




With Agencies


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