Amit Shah,
India’s Home Minister, turned 58 on October 22, 2022. The leader from Gujarat,
a long-time association of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Indian Prime
Minister Narendra Modi, is regarded as the number 2 in the Indian Union’s
executive framework. Wishes poured in for Amit Shah on the occasion of his 58th

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Minister Narendra Modi led with wishes. “Birthday greetings to Shri @Amit Shah
Ji. As India’s Home Minister he is making numerous efforts for our nation’s
progress. He is also doing commendable work in reforming the important
cooperatives sector. May he lead a long and healthy life in service of our
nation,” the Indian prime minister tweeted.  

Biswa Sarma, the Assam chief minister, tweeted an old photograph of Narendra Modi
and Amit Shah with the caption: “Having been firmly by the side of New India’s
key architect Shri @narendramodi Ji for decades, Shri @Amit Shah Ji has been
pivotal in the rise of BJP.  As HM he has
steered India’s internal security to new high. I wish Adarniya Amit Ji a very
Happy Birthday. Be blessed always.”

PT Usha,
legendary Indian track-and-field athlete and Rajya Sabha nominated member,
tweeted: “Greetings and best wishes to our Hon’ Minister of Home Affairs Shri
@Amit Shah ji on his birthday today! Your dedication to work and pursuit of
excellence is inspiring. Wishes for your good health and long life.”

Amit Shah
currently handles India’s Union Home Ministry and is also the Minister of Cooperation,
the department that administers the country’s cooperatives sector. Sworn in at
the age of 54, Amit Shah is India’s youngest home minister.

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Amit Shah’s has
been active in politics since he was a student activist in college associated
with the ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad), the student with of the RSS
(Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh). Shah is credited with leading the BJP’s election
machine that has won the party two consecutive general elections.