Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in Omkareshwar to attend the meeting...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is celebrating his 72nd birthday this September 17. Only a few days are left for the big occasion and preparation is in full swing in Madhya Pradesh.
The Health Department of MP is planning to organize a mega blood donation camp in the state starting from Modi's birthday to October 1. It is for the first time that the state is organizing campaigns on a large scale.
One more special thing about it is all the ministers of the health department will participate. Health Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary will motivate them for this good cause.
Department to Keep Track of Blood Donors
A portal is made for the registration of candidates interested in donating blood. They will have to register along with their basic information such as name, address, mobile number, etc.
Accordingly, a list of donors on the basis of blood group will be made so that taking it into use becomes easy.
Furthermore, the department will honor the regular blood donors of the state.
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From No Cake-Cutting to Auction of Narendra Modi's Birthday Gifts
Modi is visiting the state to give a special gift to the country. He will inaugurate the Cheetah Project in MP's Kuno National Park. But there are more programs for the big day.
BJP President JP Nadda has already given instructions on dos and don'ts on PM Modi's birthday. He has asked leaders to avoid common birthday rituals like cake cutting.
September 17 will also mark the beginning of a special auction where gifts received by him will be kept for sale.
The auction will include the sale of around 1200 gifts that he had received. Anyone can take part in this auction and buy those gifts. A minimum of Rs 100 is the starting price of PM Modi's birthday gifts and the maximum is Rs 10 Lakh.
The amount received from the auction will be utilized in the Namami Gange Mission.
Visit the pmmementos.gov.in portal to participate in the auction. Even if you don't want to purchase them, this is a good opportunity to see those precious gifts in the exhibition.
The exhibition will take place in the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi.
Gifts Received by Narendra Modi
Among all the gifts he received was the statue of Rani Kamalapati from MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Uttar Pradesh's CM Yogi presented an idol of Lord Hanuman whereas CM Jairam Thakur of Himachal Pradesh gave a Trishul.
Replicas of Sri Ram Mandir and Kashi-Vishwanath Temple were special of all the gifts.
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