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Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina Sends 57 roses to greet HM Amit Shah on 57th birthday

It Is Pertinent To Mention Here That A Similar Gift Was Sent By PM Sheikh Hasina To His Indian Counterpart PM Narendra Modi On His Birthday A Few Days Back.

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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina congratulated India's Home Minister Amit Shah on his 57th birthday and also sent for him a bouquet of 57 red roses. The bouquet came with a message in Hindi that roughly translated as 'Congratulations and warm wishes to Amit Shah, the Home Minister of India'. Bangladesh High Commission sent the bouquet to the Home Minister's office in New Delhi on Friday morning, on behalf of the neighbouring country's Prime Minister. 

It is pertinent to mention here that a similar gift was sent by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to her Indian counterpart Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday a few days back. On September 17, the day PM Modi turned 71 years old, he received a bouquet comprising 71 bright red roses with a similar message. “Congratulations and best wishes on your birthday Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” read the message written on the flower bouquet.

Now on India's Home Minister's birthday, the Bangladesh Prime Minister has sent a similar gift. To mark Amit Shah's 57th birthday, Sheikh Hasina has sent for him a bouquet of 57 roses.

Several leaders and politicians from across the country greeted Union Home Minister Amit Shah on his 57th birthday on Friday and hailed his contribution towards the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the union government. Taking to their social media handles, leaders shared their best wishes and greetings for the Home Minister. 

Amongst the first ones to wish was Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Taking to his official Twitter handle, PM Modi greeted Amit Shah and reminisced the years that they have worked together. He wrote, "I have worked with Amit Bhai for several years and witnessed his outstanding contributions to strengthen the Party and in Government. May he keep serving the nation with the same zeal."