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Patna, 17 September: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal said on Wednesday that the party will celebrate the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) as ‘Seva Week’ throughout Bihar. September 17 is Modi’s 70th birthday. Jaiswal told here that several programs are being organized by the BJP from September 14 to 20 as a service week. During this period, many activities related to poor welfare, environmental protection and cleanliness are being carried out.
He said that artificial limbs and equipment are being provided to 70 Divyangs in each division and 70 poor people will be given glasses as per the requirement, whose eyesight has been lost. During the service week, fruits will be distributed in 70 poor settlements and hospitals in each district following the guidelines of Kovid-19. Also, the workers have been asked to donate plasma to 70 corona infected people through the hospital.
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Apart from this, keeping in view the environment protection, 70 saplings will be planted at each polling station in the service week. During this time special emphasis will also be given to cleanliness works. Dr. Jaiswal said that on the birthday of the Prime Minister, people are aware of his thoughts, personality and gratitude, for this, 70 big virtual conferences are being organized through webinars, in which the enlightened people of the society will be addressed.
Jaiswal told that for the pace of Bihar to continue, the Prime Minister will once again hand over Bihar on 18 September. He said, “Modi will inaugurate the Kosi Mahasetu built at a cost of Rs 516 crore on 18 September through video conferencing. Also, a train will also be started from Saraigarh to Asanpur-Kupha. This will now connect Mothilanchal to the Kosi region. As soon as this railway bridge starts, the distance of 298 km from Nirmali to Saraigad will be reduced to just 22 km. “