Prime minister Modi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday had a heart-warming interaction with children in Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s home district of Kalaburagi in Karnataka. The PM had a mega roadshow in the town and the kids were waiting to catch a glimpse of him near the venue.
In a video shared on social media, the Prime Minister can be seen asking the children, “School jate ho sab? (Do you all go to school?). To this, they replied, “Yes, sir!”. Then he played with them for some time and asked everyone to study well.
PM banane ka mann nahi karta?
PM Modi then asked the children one by one about their future goals. To this, a child said he wants to become a policeman, while another said, “Your (PM’s) secretary”. The Prime Minister further asked them jokingly, “PM ban ne ka mann nahi karta hai? (Don’t you think of becoming PM?)” and laughed with everyone. He then said goodbye to all and joined the roadshow.
The roadshow passed through major roads of Kalaburagi city amid chants of ‘Modi-Modi’. People also shouted ‘Eee baariya nirdhara, bahumatada BJP sarkara’ (This time’s decision, a majority BJP government).
Accompanied by BJP MP
The PM was mounted on a decorated open vehicle, wearing the BJP’s saffron cap and a yellow shawl around his neck. He was accompanied by BJP MP from Kalaburagi Umesh Jadhav and Union Minister Bhagwant Khuba.
He waved at the enthusiastic crowd gathered on both sides of the roads to see him. Party flags, festoons and posters dotted the nook and corner of roads in the city.
Earlier, the PM also addressed three back-to-back rallies in Chitradurga, Hospet, and Sindhanur in Karnataka.
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