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Happy Birthday Narendra Modi: 7 Little-Known Facts About The 14th Indian Prime Minister

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Narendra Modi is a significant name in the Indian Political realm. He is currently the Prime Minister of India and he represents the BJP community. He was born on September 17, 1950, in Vadnagar, and on his birthday this year, he is going to turn 72. He has also been the Chief Minister of Gujrat for the period of 2011 to 2014. Though he is widely known and liked, there are some facts about him which are very less known so let’s take a look at those.

7 Little-Known Facts About The 14th Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

1. First PM After Independence

The very first prime minister born following India’s independence in 1947 is Narendra Modi. He was raised just weeks following India became a Republic and three years afterward India gained independence, In 1950.

2. Accused Violence

He was charged with encouraging violence by failing to do much to stop the murder of further nearly 1,000 people, primarily Muslims. Following the burning of a train carrying Hindu pilgrims in the town of Godhra, there was an upsurge in bloodshed.

3. Denied Of Visa

Due to his position in the protests in 2002, the United States refused to grant him a conciliatory permit in 2005, and the United Kingdom later joined in the criticism. He was not charged or punished, but some of his personal friends were convicted of involvement in the incidents of 2002 and sentenced to significant prison terms.

4. Being A Part Of Murderous Crimes

The 2004 unfortunate incident the murders of a woman and three men serves as a prime example. According to authorities, they belonged to Lashkar-e-Taiba and were suspected of preparing to kill Narendra Modi.

5. Busy Work Days

The prime minister rarely passes the night in a hotel if “there is an engagement scheduled the next day,” according to a civil servant reported by the Times of India.

6. Economic Changes

The additional elements and brief interruptions brought about by the market policies could be experienced nationally. The devaluation and substitution of 500- and 1,000-rupee notes with just a few hours’ warning were among the most extensive.

7. Subtle Background

Narendra Modi was born into a household that adhered to one of the culture’s outcast groups. They had to work quite hard to survive. His “Narendramodi.in” profile states that the household resided in a modest, one-story home that was about 40 feet by 12 feet.

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