Amid Lok Sabha elections, the followers of Narendra Modi are hitting the streets to support him in the upcoming elections.
According to India Today, a group of NRIs in Manchester wearing T-shirts that have ‘Namo again’ written on them took to streets for a flash mob to support Narendra Modi in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
The video of the flash mob has gone viral on social media. In which it can be seen that the performers danced to a version of Shankar Mahadevan’s Breathless, which was recreated by the composer himself, as a tribute to “non-stop India” under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi.
The video also features a person dressed to look like Modi. A few people can be seen waving BJP flags in the background.
Flash dance at an European city by Indians.— 💂 Rishi Bagree 🇮🇳 (@rishibagree) April 7, 2019
This is probably the first election where public is vigorously campaigning for PM @narendramodi to become PM again rather than the politicians and the party itself pic.twitter.com/w7limo1P74
Pitching nationalism as its inspiration, the BJP manifesto for the high-stakes Lok Sabha polls promised on Monday NRC in different parts of the country to push out infiltrators and zero tolerance to terror while reiterating its pet causes –construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya and scrapping of Article 370, 35A dealing with special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Releasing the manifesto, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah along with senior union ministers also promised a slew of welfare schemes for farmers and others, a Rs 100 lakh crore infrastructure investment and easing of the tax burden for the middle class in next five years.
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