Narendra Modi Birthday: BJP to Organise ‘Seva Saptah’ From September 14-20 to Mark PM’s Special Day
Narendra Modi (Photo Credits: IANS)

New Delhi, September 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will celebrate his 69th birthday on September 17. As part of celebrations of PM Narendra Modi's birthday, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will a week-long Seva Saptah or Service Week. Union Minister and senior BJP leader Arjun Ram Meghwal said the Seva Saptah will be organised from September 14 to September 20 in several parts of the country to mark PM Modi's birthday. Narendra Modi Birthday Gift: Indian Skydiver Sheetal Mahajan Jumped Off Plane From 13,000 Feet in Chicago to Wish PM.

"During the Seva Saptah, the focus will be on distributing useful articles in hospitals," said Meghwal, who is a member of BJP's central committee constituted to organise events on PM Modi's birthday. The minister further said BJP leaders will facilitate education assistance of at least 10 differently-abled persons in each district. Books inspired by the life and achievements of PM Modi will be distributed. Narendra Modi Birthday Special: Here is a look at His Extraordinary Inspirational Journey.

BJP workers will also organise blood donation camps, health camps and eye check-up. Keeping in mind PM Narendra Modi's call for launching a mass movement against single-use plastic, all party leaders including MPs, MLAs will hold awareness programmes against the use of single-use plastic in different universities. Exhibitions highlighting the life and achievements of the prime minister will be organised across the country.

On his birthday, PM Modi will spend the day on September 17 with children with disabilities in Varanasi. On the occasion of PM Modi’s 69th birthday, a bhajan evening will be held in 69 temples of Varanasi. Prior to his arrival, PM Modi will travel to Gujarat to seek blessings from his mother.

This is the second consecutive time that the Prime Minister is celebrating his birthday in Varanasi, his parliamentary constituency. PM Modi had gone on a two-day visit to celebrate his 68th birthday with schoolchildren in Varanasi. He had spent his birthday interacting with children as he told them not to be afraid about asking questions.