WATCH: Amid Hectic Schedule In Varanasi Where He's Filing His Election Nomination, PM Modi Holds Adorable Interaction With School Students

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Hours before filing his nomination papers from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with a group of children. Taking to Twitter to express his happiness, Prime Minister said that he had a lively interaction with his young friends. 

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

Hours before filing his nomination papers from the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with a group of children. Taking to Twitter to express his happiness, Prime Minister said that he had a lively interaction with his young friends. 

Video posted by the PM on Twitter on Friday showed school students interacting with the PM and narrating rhymes to him, while the Prime Minister clapped on their beat. The Prime Minister then taught a student to see the time in the watch she was wearing. With all enthusiasm, the Prime Minister asked the student to clap loudly. 

Addressing the BJP cadres before filing his nomination, PM Modi said that it is the first election when the country is witnessing a pro-incumbency wave. He also expressed his gratitude to the people of Varanasi as well as the BJP workers for a massive turnout in his roadshow. 

"There are two sides of this election: One is to win Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency, this work has been done yesterday. Kashi is already won. Now the other work is left and that is to win the polling booth. There should not be one polling booth where the flag of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) falls flat," PM said.

In a major show of strength NDA leaders all across the country including Bihar's CM Nitish Kumar, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray accompanied Prime Minister Modi to file his nomination papers. 

Meanwhile Prime Minister arrived at Rifle Club in Varanasi to file his nomination.

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