NEW DELHI: It is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday. The entire country will be celebrating the popular PM’s birthday, and a number of records are set to be broken in these celebrations.
Celebrations will be held in most states, but Gujarat will take the cake.A Surat-based bakery is aiming for for Guinness World Record with the tallest pyramid cake till date. Atul Bakery of Surat has tied hands with NGO Shakti Foundation for the event. This NGO works for economic empowerment of women. The cake is in recognition of Modi’s effort for empowering women with schemes like 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao'.
Meanwhile, in Navasari district of Gujarat will aim to set few Guinness World Records, while another one is being aimed at the national level, the organisers have said.
The celebrations, to be organised by the Gujarat government, will see distribution of 17,000 kits among 11,223 differently-abled people.
The organisers aim to break a world record for maximum number of people in wheelchairs who form an image or a logo. The previous record was made in the US by 346 wheelchair-bound persons in 2010. Today, on Modi's birthday, the new record will involve 1,000 persons on wheelchairs, an official of the organising committee said.
Another record expected to be set anew will be by providing hearing aids to another 1,000 hearing-impaired persons. The previous record was made in Australia. (Agencies)