Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo Credits: PTI)
PM Modi 70th Birthday: The story of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from cipher to Shikhar is no less than a commercial film script. He was born on 17 September 1950 in Vadnagar in Mehsana district in the poor family of Damodardas Moolchand Modi and Hiraben Modi. Father Damodardas was originally from the Baniya community. But there was not much money to start a big business. His large family used to live with a small tea tap near Vadnagar railway station. In this work of father, boy Narendra and his brother also used to share their hands. For the sale of tea, Narendra used to take a tea kettle and roamed inside the trains passing through Vadnagar. Although he was also very fond of studies. He wanted to get education in Sainik School so that he could join the army easily, but he was very sad when father Damodar Das refused to pay the huge fees of Sainik School. He took admission in Bhagavatacharya Narayanacharya School in Vadnagar. His friends from school days still say that Narendra was a very hard working and obsessive student who believed in completing the task he started. He also loved books, much of his time was spent in the library. If he was debated on any subject in school, he used to participate in a good manner. He was also a skilled swimmer. Swami used to consider Vivekananda as his ideal. Narendra was very impressed by his works. This was the reason that he wanted to live a different life, so he never lived in a traditional life. In 1967, at the age of 17, he left home after getting bored with Routine life. Wandered here and there for two years. PM Narendra Modi 70th Birthday: Today is the birthday of Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, know some important things related to these
Meanwhile, he reached Ahmedabad. Here he got the membership of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Here he worked as an RSS pracharak for a long time. In the 1980s, he was included in the BJP unit of Gujarat. In 1988-89 he was made the General Secretary of the Gujarat unit of the BJP. Modi was instrumental in the success of Rath Yatra from Somnath to Ayodhya in 1990 with Lal Krishna Advani. After this, he was made in charge of several states by the BJP. In 1995, the party made him the national secretary of the BJP and the party in-charge of five states. In 1998, he was made the General Secretary (Organization). He held this post till October 2001. In view of the inaction of the then Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel in the devastation caused by the earthquake in Kutch in 2001, the BJP handed over the reins of Gujarat to Narendra Modi in his place.
Challenge with the post
Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat, but here he had to face many challenges. The Godhra incident occurred 5 months after assuming power, in which many Hindu kar sevaks were killed. Soon after, in February 2002, riots broke out in Gujarat between Hindu-Muslims, in which hundreds of people died. The then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Gujarat, and expressed to Narendra Modi that he was not very happy with him, saying that he should ‘follow Rajdharma’. There were many serious allegations against Modi in this riot. There was also talk of releasing him, but the then Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani defended him and kept him as the Chief Minister. However, no charges related to the riots against Chief Minister Modi were proved in the court. Meanwhile, in the December 2002 assembly elections, he won a landslide victory in the Gujarat elections. After this, there was no need to look back at Narendra Modi. On the basis of his popularity in Gujarat, he won the assembly elections in 2007 and again in 2012 with an overwhelming majority. During this time, his echo of Gujarat development reached abroad.
Narendra Modi’s fate cycle changed since 2009
The BJP contested the 2009 Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of LK Advani. In this election, the party faced a heavy defeat. The UPA was electrified and Advani’s magic began to weaken. This defeat was a gesture of changing leadership. The discussion of handing over the command of the party to one of Nitin Gadkari, Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley was hot. But the attention of party chiefs went to Narendra Modi, who won the Gujarat assembly elections for the third consecutive time in 2012. In March 2013, Narendra Modi got a place in the BJP Parliamentary Board and was made the chairman of the Central Election Campaign Committee. It was a clear indication that the 2014 Lok Sabha elections would be fought under the leadership of Narendra Modi.
Good luck to be prime minister twice
Narendra Modi was the main face in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. The BJP came to power with a clear majority. This is where the ‘Modi era’ started in national politics. The BJP single-handedly won 282 seats. Modi’s popularity was such that he contested two Lok Sabha seats in Varanasi and Vadodara in this election and won both. On 26 May 2014, Narendra Modi was sworn in as the 14th Prime Minister of India. In the next five years, PM Modi took many important decisions. The graph of his popularity was increasing rapidly. Despite the many risky decisions like demonetisation, the next Lok Sabha election of 2019 was won by Narendra Modi even better when the BJP got 303 seats. Was eliminated from. This victory helped Modi in building a new India. In the last two years, he took many nationwide decisions. The graph of his popularity has not decreased yet. Recent surveys of several channels show that even today, 60 percent of the people want to see Modi as Prime Minister.
Auspicious planets are with Modi!
According to astrologers, if Narendra Damodam Modi’s date of birth is 17 September 1950 at 11 am and the location Mehsana Gujarat is correct, then his planetary constellation says that his stars are still moving towards highs. Due to his auspicious planets, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is gaining huge popularity not only in the country but also abroad. If we look at his planets, it is clear that there are many auspicious yogas in the horoscope of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which will keep him from time to time as well as protect him from troubles and enemies. Such as Gajakesari Yoga, Mausal Yoga, Kedar Yoga, Ruchika Yoga, Voshi Yoga, Bheri Yoga, Chandra Mangal Yoga, Nee Bhang Yoga, Amar Yoga, Kalah Yoga, Shankha Yoga and Senior Yoga. Astrologers believe that their yoga is in a very strong position even in the coming days.