Narendra Modi's wishes Rahul Gandhi 'good health and long life' on Congress chief's 49th birthday
Congress workers, supporters and well-wishers also took to Twitter to wish Rahul Gandhi as #HappyBirthdayRahulGandhi began to trend on Twitter.
Modi on Wednesday took to Twitter to wish the Congress president Rahul Gandhi on his 49th birthday
Rahul is expected to meet Congress leaders at the party headquarters later in the day
The grand old party uploaded a video titled 'Five times Rahul Gandhi inspired Indians everywhere' to wish its president
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday wished Congress president Rahul Gandhi on his birthday. Modi took to Twitter to convey his wishes to Rahul, who turned 49 on Wednesday.
Best wishes to Shri @RahulGandhi on his birthday. May he be blessed with good health and a long life.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 19, 2019
"Best wishes to Shri Rahul Gandhi on his birthday. May he be blessed with good health and a long life," he tweeted. Rahul is expected to meet Congress leaders at the party headquarters later in the day. The grand old party uploaded a video titled "Five times Rahul Gandhi inspired Indians everywhere" to wish its president. Party workers, supporters and well-wishers also took to Twitter to wish the Congress chief as #HappyBirthdayRahulGandhi began to trend on the social media platform.
On Congress President @RahulGandhi's birthday, we look back at five moments when he inspired Indians everywhere. #HappyBirthdayRahulGandhi pic.twitter.com/Clj0gJ6kqj — Congress (@INCIndia) June 19, 2019
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