As the Lok Sabha polls 2019 are inching closer, political parties and its leaders are on the forefront to campaign in their respective constituencies. Taking forward his campaign in Uttar Pradesh, BJP leader Vineet Agarwal Sharda conducted a public rally in Meerut, where he urged the gathering to vote for his party symbol Kamal (Lotus).
However, he chose to 'seek' the votes from the people in a unique way. While addressing the gathering, the BJP leader was repeatedly asking the people to vote for 'Kamal' in an over-excited tone.
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.
Watch the video here:
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the BJP's 2019 general election campaign on March 29 with the promise of a "new India".