Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections

WATCH: After 'Kamal Kamal Kamal', BJP Neta's 'NaMo NaMo NaMo' Speech Goes Viral

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:


  • As the Lok Sabha polls 2019 are inching closer, political parties and its leaders are on the forefront for the campaign
  • BJP leader Vineet Agarwal Sharda conducted a public rally in Meerut, where he urged the gathering to vote for Prime Minister Modi in an unusual way

BJP leader Vineet Sharda from Uttar Pradesh, who broke the internet with his "Kamal, Kamal" chant in Meerut, is back with a new chant "NaMo, NaMo", while campaigning for PM Narendra Modi in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections at a rally in Meerut. The video showing Vineet Sharda chanting "NaMo, NaMo"  has gone viral. In the 30-second video, Vineet Sharda can be heard saying "NaMo, NaMo" over 60 times.

"Narendra begins with Na and Modi begins with Mo, so say NaMo, NaMo, NaMo ...", Vineet Sharda was heard saying before launching into the "NaMo" chant.

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WATCH: BJP Leader's 'Kamal Kamal Kamal...' Speech Goes Viral

Last week, at a public rally in Meerut, Vineet Sharda could be heard urging people to vote for BJP's lotus symbol by chanting "Kamal, Kamal" in a span of 36 seconds.

News agency ANI shared the video on its official Twitter handle, wherein Vineet Agarwal Sharda can be heard saying, "Aapko sochna hoga ki Kamal chahiye ya kya chahiye, (You will have to think whether you want Lotus or something else). Then he goes on to repeat the word ‘Kamal’ innumerable times in the now viral video.

In the video, other BJP supporters who were standing close to him could also be seen bursting into laughter over the 'rap' sung by their party colleague on the stage.  

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