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An auction of 1300 gifts will be held on the occasion of Modi’s birthday, including the spear given by Neeraj Chopra!

The Bharatiya Janata Party is organizing a number of special events across the country to mark the 71st birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. From today, i.e. from September 17, for the next three weeks, various social programs will be organized across the country. These events will begin with a blood donation camp. The event will be inaugurated by the party’s national president JP Nadda. In addition, a photo exhibition will be organized on the occasion of Modi’s birthday. In which the life of Prime Minister Modi will be shown through photographs.

Emphasize the vaccination campaign

From September 17 to October 7, party workers will launch a nationwide corona vaccination campaign. In this initiative, the party workers will go public and join the ‘Service and Dedication’ campaign in 20 days. Will motivate more and more people to get the corona vaccine. The aim is to encourage at least 10 to 15 people to vaccinate each party worker. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandvia has also called for strengthening the vaccination drive on Prime Minister Modi’s birthday.

Auction of 1300 gifts

On the occasion of Prime Minister Modi’s birthday, the Union Ministry of Culture will also conduct an e-auction of 1300 gifts and souvenirs received by Modi. A month ago, medalists at the Tokyo Olympics met Prime Minister Modi. This time, the players had given sports gear and equipment as gifts to Modi. Olympic bronze medalist badminton player PV Sindhu presented his badminton racket to Prime Minister Modi and gold medalist Neeraj Chopra presented his spear. Also on display are a replica of the Ram temple received by Prime Minister Modi, a Chardham, a Rudraksha Convention Center model, some sculptures, paintings and corsets.

The auction will take place here

The e-auction will be held on pmmementos.gov.in from September 17 to October 7. The Union Ministry of Culture has said that any funds raised from the auction will be used for the ‘Namami Ganga’ mission to conserve the river Ganga.

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