Right-wing group Hindu Sena on Tuesday celebrated US presidential candidate Donald Trump's birthday with cake, balloons and posters at a gala event hosted in honour of the ‘saviour of humanity’ at Jantar Mantar in the Capital, reported The Indian Express. Vishnu Gupta, the president of the outfit, said the Republican party candidate was their hero. “Donald Trump is speaking the entire world’s ‘mann ki baat’ against Islamic terror and we support it,” he said.

Taking a dig at the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, Gupta said, "The BJP used to speak against Islamic terror, but after coming to power it has also become a secular party." Referring to Trump as the ‘messiah against Islamic terror', the party chief said they plan to organise events in support of the New York businessman outside the American embassy in New Delhi and JNU campus soon.

One of the posters used by the group at the birthday celebration shows Trump wielding a gun. Photos from the event have gone viral on social media. In May, the outfit had organised a havan to pray for Trump's success in the presidential race. The American real estate tycoon turned 70 on Tuesday.