Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Roadways and MSME who will turn 64 on May 27, has appealed to people of the region to make his birthday a low key affair on the backdrop of coronavirus pandemic.
In a communique the Union Minister has asked the people to not bring any floral bouquet nor come to greet him.
As the nation is battling against the novel virus, Gadkari’s son has appealed people to organise blood and plasma donation camp instead.
“No one should try to put hoarding but instead set up blood donation or plasma donation camps to please me”, Gadkari said.
Gadkari is an instrumental leader of Nagpur and in the national politics. His birthday should not be a matter of rejuvenation for the people, recognize his concern for the common man and the people of his tertority.