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People can directly greet PM through App for his birthday tomorrow

A lot of prominent people from different walks of life are also sharing reflections in the form of thoughts, anecdotes and wishes, the sources said.

Published: 16th September 2016 09:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2016 09:05 PM   |  A+A-

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PM Narendra Modi (File | PTI)

By PTI

NEW DELHI: Using a special section of the Narendra Modi App, people can directly greet the Prime Minister tomorrow when he turns 66.

People can send their wishes in the form of a customised greeting card through the NM App. They can use their own photos with the PM in making this card, the sources added.

Once the card is sent, a user gets a personalised video in return, which is shareable and will act as a unique souvenir.

People can also take a pledge towards various causes to help in nation building.

A lot of prominent people from different walks of life are also sharing reflections in the form of thoughts, anecdotes and wishes, the sources said.

According to the sources, people who have worked with the Prime Minister have shared personal anecdotes which highlight his "qualities of leadership, attention to minute details and of being a good listener".

Some have written to him, appreciating how government's flagship schemes like Swacch Bharat, Make-in-India, Beti- Bachao Beti-Padhao, etc are driving an "unprecedented change" in India, the sources said.

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