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Nepal PM Oli Extends Warm Birthday Greetings to Indian PM Narendra Modi

PM Oli greeted Indian Prime Minister Modi in a very special way by wishing him in three different languages
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Nepal PM Oli Extends Warm Birthday Greetings to Indian PM Narendra Modi

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli took to twitter on the morning of September 17, 2019 to convey his greetings to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of his 69th birthday.

PM Oli greeted Indian Prime Minister Modi in a very special way by wishing him in three different languages – Gujarati (Modi’s mother tongue), Hindi and English.

“Heartiest greetings to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on your auspicious birthday. I wish for your good health, happiness and well-being. We will continue to work together for further consolidating multifaceted Nepal-India relations,” Oli tweeted in English on Modi’s official twitter page.

On the occasion of PM Modi’s birthday, his supporters and well-wishers poured in wishes on his social media handles.

#PMModibirthdaygreetings are trending with seven different Twitter hashtags, which are among the Top 10 India trends on Twitter. Tweets such as #happybirthdaynarendramodi and #HappyBirthdayPM are trending as No.1 and No.2.

BJP party members and people from Ahmedabad added to the celebrations of the Indian Prime Minister’s birthday.

People from Ahmedabad gave Modi a warm welcome on his arrival in the city on the night of September 16, 2019.

Outside the airport, people were awaiting the Prime Minister and welcomed him with slogans and cheering.

Oli Extends Warm Birthday Greetings to Modi

The BJP party in Delhi celebrated PM Modi’s birthday at India Gate during midnight. On the other hand, BJP party members in Bhopal cut a 69 feet long cake in view of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s 69th birthday.

Nepali Sansar wishes Indian PM Narendra Modi a very Happy Birthday!

#happybirthdaynarendramodi

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