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Modi sends Diwali gifts to his acquaintances, Smriti Irani receives degree from an Australian University

22, Oct 2014 By Pavan

New Delhi. Diwali, the festival of light is here and all the private sector companies are offering gifts and bonuses to their employees during the festival.

Narendra Modi was also keen this time to provide gifts to his close associates and have made sure that they receive the presents they love most. Sources close to Modi have shared the list of gifts received by different people.

Modi prepraring the list of gifts to be given.

Nitin Gadkari: Modi sent him the “Khana Khazana” special edition DVD set by Sanjeev Kapoor which in addition includes all episodes of Master Chef.

Smriti Irani received a degree from one of the prestigious Australian Universities after Modi asked the authorities to send her over the degree and convocation certificate as a Diwali gift.

Sushma Swaraj received flight tickets to tour all the SAARC nations because Modi felt that being the MEA she had traveled to foreign countries less than the PM.

Sanjay Jha and Digvijaya singh received “Cycle Pure Agarbatti” with the note saying, “During Diwali, burn all the stocked crackers which are in the Congress headquarters.”

Arvind Kejriwal received his party symbol “Jhaadu” and Modi has personally asked him to join  Swachh Bharat Campaign.

Rajdeep Sardesai has received boxing gloves specially signed by Muhammed Ali as a token of remembrance of what happened at Madison Square Garden.

Subramanian Swamy received “You Can Win” written by Shiv Khera following the release of Jayalalitha.

Rahul Gandhi received “Tips for Public Speaking” by Dale Carnegie and Modi even sent a personal note asking him to address more election rallies to get the proper practice.

Uddhav Thackeray received the second hand friendship band which was originally sent by NCP to BJP.

Raj Thackeray has not received anything as a gift but Modi has asked him to like “1001 things to do in Mumbai” Facebook page which will help him in exploring the city without vandalizing toll booths or without beating North Indians.