Dr. Manmohan Singh turned 88 today, Rahul Gandhi along with others wished him.

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Dr. Manmohan Singh is one of the ministers as well as Primer Ministers that India has got till now. He not only did some great things for India but also laid down the base for India’s growth. At the time when India was in huge depression and the debt, he was the one who laid the path to making India out of it and moves towards a developing nation.

On the day of his 88th birthday, the congress leader Rahul Gandhi who was at one time working under Manmohan Singh said that India as a nation is needing a PM like Manmohan Singh and after him, India has always been in the need of a PM with so much of depth and knowledge like Manmohan Singh.

Manmohan Singh today has turned 88 and he was the head of the government from the period of 2004 – 2014.

Rahul Gandhi said in a statement, “India feels the absence of a PM with the depth of Dr. Manmohan Singh. His honesty, decency, and dedication are a source of inspiration for us all.”

On Twitter, the hashtag #HappyBirthdayDrMMSingh is so much trending that more than 80 thousand people are searching for it on regular basis. The former leader of Congress, Sonia Gandhi also wished him on Twitter by tweeting “Wishing him a very happy birthday and a lovely year ahead,” and also used the same hashtag. Congress’s Twitter handles also tweeted for him and they from their tweet wanted to show the world how a good and dedicated leader should be. As they mentioned that the leader should always be the one who works for removing evil from society in the best way possible and as early as possible too.

“Today, we celebrate former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh’s commitment towards the overall well-being of each Indian,” the party said.

They also said in a tweet, “One of the most competitive world leaders, Dr. Manmohan Singh’s vision for our nation is uncompromising. India is forever indebted to this great son for leading her through highs & lows.”

Our current PM Narendra Modi also greeted our former PM Manmohan Singh on this birthday today. He said on twitter, “Birthday greetings to Dr. Manmohan Singh Ji. I pray to Almighty that he is blessed with a long and healthy life.”

Dr. Singh, who was the Prime Minister for the two consecutive terms (from 2004-2014) has turned 88 today. He is a renowned economist, credited for introducing sweeping reforms in the 1990s.
He was born on September 26, 1932, in Punjab’s village of Gah before partition. He studied at the Panjab University, Cambridge, and Oxford.

Manmohan Singh, brought into the world 26 September 1932 is an Indian financial expert, scholarly, and government official who filled in as the thirteenth Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014. The principal Sikh in office, Singh was likewise the primary executive since Jawaharlal Nehru to be reappointed in the wake of finishing an entire five-year term.

Conceived in Gah, Singh’s family moved to India during its parcel in 1947. In the wake of getting his doctorate in financial matters from Oxford, Singh worked for the United Nations during 1966–69. He accordingly started his administrative profession when Lalit Narayan Mishra recruited him as a counselor in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. During the 1970s and 1980s, Singh held a few key posts in the Government of India, for example, Chief Economic Advisor (1972–76), legislative leader of the Reserve Bank (1982–85), and top of the Planning Commission (1985–87).

In 1991, as India confronted a serious financial emergency, recently chose Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao shockingly accepted the objective Singh into his bureau as Finance Minister. Throughout the following barely any years, regardless of solid resistance, he as a Finance Minister completed a few basic changes that changed India’s economy. Despite the fact that these measures demonstrated effective in turning away the emergency, and improved Singh’s notoriety around the world as the main change disapproved of financial analyst, the occupant Congress party fared inadequately in the 1996 general political race. Therefore, Singh filled in as Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha (the upper place of the Parliament of India) during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee administration of 1998–2004.