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‘Main Modi Ka Parivar’ Song Out Amid Announcement Of Lok Sabha Poll Dates

'Main Modi Ka Parivar' Song Out Amid Announcement Of Lok Sabha Poll Dates
Source: Narendra Modi/X

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a video of the Lok Sabha campaign song ‘Main Modi Ka Parivar’ on Saturday, ahead of the Election Commission’s announcement of the general election schedule.

The PM captioned the post “Mera Bharat, Mera Parivar (My India, My Family) with the 3-minute video that highlights the past 10 year’s achievements of the government and power.

The song provides us with a glimpse of the infrastructure development, schemes for farmers, and women’s safety ensured by Modi’s government.

The BJP’s campaign ‘Modi Ka Parvar’ is an act against the opposition party. Several politicians belonging to the party, including chief ministers and leaders, have added ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ to their social media handles after Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) founder Lalu Prasad mocked the prime minister.

What can we do if Narendra Modi does not have a family of his own? He keeps bragging about the Ram temple. He is not even a true Hindu. In Hindu tradition, a son must shave his head and beard upon the demise of his parents. Modi did not do so when his mother died.

The former Bihar Chief Minister said at a rally in Patna

The BJP answered with its campaign, ‘Modi Ka Parivar.’ “I question their dynastic politics, they say Modi does not have a family, my life is an open book…I will live for my country,” PM Modi said while hitting back at Lalu.

In India’s election politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is competing for a third consecutive term in power, an achievement only Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had accomplished. PM Modi has previously stated that the BJP can reach the 370 mark if the NDA can surpass the 400 mark in the Lok Sabha elections. “The assembly election results in Madhya Pradesh already showed the mood of the people here…I have come here as a servant. Even opposition leader is saying in Parliament ki ’24 mein 400 paar’,” he had said at a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua last month.

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