Rekha provides books to poor

BJP secretary, Rekha Mahajan distributing note books among students at Jammu on Wednesday.
BJP secretary, Rekha Mahajan distributing note books among students at Jammu on Wednesday.

Celebrating 70th birthday of PM

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 16: Jammu Kashmir BJP Secretary, Rekha Mahajan, today provided books to the needy students under party’s series of nationwide programmes being organised in connection with 70th birthday of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
Rekha Mahajan, while handing over books and notebooks to a group of students, said that she has decided to provide books to 70 poor students under” Seva Saptah” programme.
Books are our true friends and give plenty of joy to students and they learn lot of things from them. Books inspire students to do hard work with courage and hope. They enrich the experience of students and sharpen their intellect, she said and added that PM, Narendra Modi is very fond of books and many times he has urged the nation to inculcate the habit of reading books regularly .He has written several books on different issues including climate change, nature, children , education, poverty etc. He is a versatile author. “His books not only attract us as a reader but also give the glimpse of personality of PM Narendra Modi”, she added.
PM has written different books like “Exam warrior” which helps the reader as a friend not only in facing exams but also in facing life. “Aankh Aa Dhanya Che ” is a collection of poems about patriotism, the poor, farmers and Modi’s intimate thoughts. ‘Samajik Samrasta’ book is a collection of essays on Dalits, Tribals, women and family relations and how social harmony can be achieved in India. PM has also appealed people on Twitter to give a book, instead of bouquet as a greeting.
Rekha Mahajan elaborated on various programmes and said that the 70th birthday of Narendra Modi falls on September 17 and the party has decided to celebrate it by observing ‘Seva Saptah’ from September 14 to September 20.
Rekha said that the weeklong programmes include providing of artificial limbs and other equipments to 70 differently-abled people, spectacles to 70 blind people, distribution of fruits in 70 hospitals and poor colonies, donation of plasma to 70 COVID-19 patients, blood donation camps, plantation of 70 saplings, undertaking cleanliness drives in 70 villages of every district and to taking pledge to get rid of single-use plastic as per the initiative of PM.