Jayalalithaa, Rosaiah greet Modi on his birthday

"I pray that the Almighty may grant you many more years of good health to serve our nation," Jayalalithaa said in her message to Modi.

September 17, 2014 11:23 am | Updated April 20, 2016 05:04 am IST - Chennai

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Wednesday greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 64th birthday, wishing him many years of good health to serve the country.

“On the joyous occasion of your birthday, I would like to convey my felicitations to you and wish you many more happy returns of the day.”

“I pray that the Almighty may grant you many more years of good health to serve our nation,” Jayalalithaa said in her message to Modi.

Governor K Rosaiah, in his greetings, said: “I wish you a long, happy and healthy life in your distinguished service to the people and the nation.”

“You are our nation’s pride, a guiding spirit and a beacon of light. Your people-oriented development projects, dedication and commitment to serve the nation have made India all set to become a global leader,” he said in his message.

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