Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the Blue Revolution and Sweet Revolution have the potential to transform lives of the people in Gujarat.
Mr Vijayvargiya, who is the party in-charge for West Bengal, and Ms Ganguly led a cleanliness drive sweeping the street in a symbolic gesture to mark the 67th birthday of Prime Minister Modi.
Before inaugurating the dam, he started his day by seeking blessings from his mother.
In fact, the scale of events this year even dwarfed Modi's past three birthday celebrations as the Prime Minister.
PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for a honey plant and the AMR Dairy's ice cream plant.
He also hit out at the previous UPA dispensation for favouring a particular community for the sake of their vote- bank and not for the benefit of poor and farmers. In his tweet, Raina said that PM Modi motivates and drives people to be their best and wished him a wonderful day. He also noted increasing participation of youth in the cooperatives and said he was happy to see younger people coming to the fore and leading the cooperative sector.
Bollywood director Madhur Bhandarkar greeted PM Modi and called him a "dynamic, Hard working & visionary".
Actor Sanjay Dutt, who is all ready to make a comeback with Bhoomi, also posted a wish for PM Modi on Twitter. The dam, which is world's second biggest, will generate up to a billion units of hydropower annually.
Earlier today, Mr Modi shared some pictures from Kevadia, where the dam was dedicated to the nation. He also addressed public meetings at Dabhoi and Amreli.