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Engineers Day: PM Modi Says Hardworking Engineers Make The Planet A Better Place

Greetings and tributes poured in not just from the PM but also union ministers as well as CMs on the occasion of Engineers Day.

Engineers Day: PM Modi Says Hardworking Engineers Make The Planet A Better Place
Engineers Day is observed on September 15 to mark the birth anniversary of M Visvesvaraya, a civil engineer and Diwan of Mysore known for his pioneering works.
Engineers Day: PM Modi Says Hardworking Engineers Make The Planet A Better Place
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2021-09-15T14:22:33+05:30

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday greeted engineers on Engineers Day, saying no words are enough to thank them for their pivotal role in making our planet better and technologically advanced.

Engineers Day is observed on September 15 to mark the birth anniversary of M Visvesvaraya, a civil engineer and Diwan of Mysore known for his pioneering works. 

Modi tweeted, "Greetings on #EngineersDay to all hardworking engineers. No words are enough to thank them for their pivotal role in making our planet better and technologically advanced. I pay homage to the remarkable Shri M. Visvesvaraya on his birth anniversary and recall his accomplishments."

Not just the PM, many on social media including union ministers, MPs and citizens shared wishes and greetings for students on the special day. 

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