PM Modi took a jibe on BJP worker named ‘Rahul’

A BJP karyakarta named Rahul met PM Modi in a rally in Bihar, and the prime minister took a dig at his name.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday interacted with BJP workers of Bihar regarding the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. During this, he talked to a booth president of the BJP residing in Khagaria. When PM Modi asked the worker’s name, he told his name as Rahul. Hearing this, PM Modi took a jibe at him. The Prime Minister told Rahul that your name is such that everyone would know it. BJP worker Rahul Sharma did not understand the PM’s words at first. When Rahul asked again, PM Modi said that your name is such that everyone in the village would know you. After this the Prime Minister laughed. Actually, his sarcasm was towards Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Contacted through Phone Call

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on phone to BJP booth presidents and Panna Pramukhs from various areas of Bihar on Tuesday. During this, the PM took information from him about the preparations for the Lok Sabha elections and the atmosphere being created in the area. PM first talked to Sangeeta Prasad, booth president of Rafiganj, Aurangabad. He learned from Sangeeta how the election campaign is going on in the area and what is the opinion of women about the NDA government.

PM Gave Mantra to the BJP workers

PM Modi gave the mantra to BJP workers for NDA’s victory in all 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar. During this, he also attacked Jungle Raj and families. The PM asked the workers to go to the people during the election campaign and remind them of the jungle raj environment in Bihar two decades ago. Ask elderly people to share their old experiences, so that the new generation will know how much Bihar has progressed in the last 10 years.

PM Bashed NDA Rule

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that during the NDA rule, 25 crore people have come out of poverty across the country, out of which 3.5 crore are from Bihar. 9 crore needy people of Bihar are getting free ration. Poor women have got gas connections under the Ujjwala scheme. Many projects are underway to improve connectivity. If Panna Pramukh tells these achievements to the people, then people’s faith in BJP and NDA will increase further. Especially women and first time voters will have to be motivated. All booth presidents should aim to get more than 10 percent votes at their respective booths compared to the last time.

Modi ji is in Mission Mode

Ahead of the upcoming Lok sabha elections, the prime minister of India and the leading member of the Bharatiya Janata Party is working in mission mode. He is doing rallies across the nation and also interacting with Booth-level BJP workers to motivate them and provide them with important instructions. BJP has set a plan to win more than 400 seats this election.

-Rahul Dubey

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