Even as West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee asked voters to 'Modi Hatao' and 20 parties are set to campaign against the BJP and the Prime Minister following the violence in the state during Amit Shah's roadshow, PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday tweeted a video from his rally in Diamond Harbour which showed a massive show of support.
PM Modi captioned this video as 'A wonderful evening at Diamond Harbour in West Bengal... BJP’s popularity is rising and so is Didi’s nervousness."
The video shows a massive crowd waving with their phones with its flash lights on giving the rally a mesmerising appearance.
The speaker on the podium chants 'Modi, Modi and 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and the audience respond their support by waving their phones with the flashlight turned on.
PM Modi on May 9 had shared videos of massive number of people greeting him ahead of his rally in West Bengal's Bankura. As seen in that video, PM Modi was received by a huge crowd in the the district. Supporters are seen waving their hands at the Prime Minister and are heard chanting 'Modi, Modi'. PM Modi walks around the vast ground waving back at the people.
On the same day, after a rousing reception in West Bengal's Bankura, PM Narendra Modi wrote about being welcomed by a long queue of people in Purulia. he had tweeted about the huge gathering on Thursday as people lined on the street to see him.
"See how people came out in large numbers on the streets of Purulia. The writing on the wall is clear, West Bengal is set to choose BJP!" he said.
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