Hiraba, the mother of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who celebrated his 100th birthday in June this year, handed out flags to children at her home on the outskirts of Gandhinagar, Gujarat, on Saturday.
Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel launched her three-day Hargatilanga campaign to mark the 75th anniversary of his independence on Saturday, with a giant atop her 100-foot flagpole at the capital’s Children’s College. Raised the tricolor flag.
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As part of the campaign, Hiraba handed out national flags to children in her home and waved tricolor flags, according to a government statement.
She lives with the prime minister’s brother, Pankaj, her Modi. increase.
‘Tiranga Yatras’ were organized in different parts of Gujarat where the BJP MLA and ministers attended the rally along with those wearing the tricolor.
Earlier in the day, the President of the Gujarat BJP, CR Partil, attended a 7-kilometer rally in Vijapur, Methana district, attended by senior leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), MLA and ex-MLA. attended.
In Vadodara, Ranjanbat of BJP MP held ‘Tirangayatra’ with his local MLA. Similar celebrations were seen in other cities and towns in Gujarat.