As Amit Shah turns 57, birthday greetings from PM Modi, others | Latest News India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union ministers, leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in addition to these from the opposition, on Friday prolonged greetings to Union dwelling minister Amit Shah on his 57th birthday. “Birthday greetings to Shri @AmitShah Ji. I have worked with Amit Bhai for several years and witnessed his outstanding contributions to strengthen the party and in the government. May he keep serving the nation with the same zeal. Praying for his good health and long life,” PM Modi tweeted.


Here’s how others wished the Union dwelling minister:

Defence minister Rajnath Singh: “Greetings and warm wishes to Union home minister and our senior colleague, Shri @AmitShah on his birthday, He is making tremendous efforts to ensure a safe and secure India.”


BJP president JP Nadda: “Your hard work and service towards nation-building is an example for all. I pray to God for your good health and long life.”


Transport minister Nitin Gadkari: “Birthday greetings to my colleague in the Union cabinet and home minister Shri Amit Shah. I pray for your healthy and long life.”


Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis: “Heartiest birthday greetings from entire Maharashtra, to our great leader, Hon’ble union home minister of India Shri Amit Shah ji! Wishing him a long life and good health!”


Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal: “Birthday greetings to Hon’ble Union minister Shri @AmitShah ji. I pray for your long and healthy life.”


Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) chief and CM Hemant Soren: “My warm wishes to Shri @AmitShah ji Union Home Minister @HMOIndia on his birthday. May he be blessed with good health in the months & years to come.”

Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi: “Wishing Hon. Home minister @AmitShah ji a happy birthday. Wish him good health and happiness.”

Born on October 22, 1964, in Mumbai, Shah served as a minister underneath then-Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for a number of years. In 2014, when Modi grew to become Prime Minister, Shah was made the nationwide president of the BJP, succeeding Rajnath Singh, who grew to become the Union dwelling minister. In 2019, when Modi was re-elected, Shah was inducted into the Union cupboard as dwelling minister. In January 2020, he was succeeded as BJP president by the incumbent JP Nadda.

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