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#MainBhiChowkidar retweeted 3 million times: BJP

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Bhopal: The #MainBhiChowkidar has been retweeted 3 million times and got 1,680 impressions on Twitter since Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the slogan for the Lok Sabha elections, said Madhya Pradesh BJP General Secretary V.D. Sharma, here on Saturday.

"People are raising their voices against the Opposition bid to spoil Modi's image and 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' is turning into a public movement against it," Sharma said. 

Modi would interact with the people regarding this movement on Sunday, he said. "Modi will interact with people via NaMo app at 500 places from 5 p.m. onwards and people will be able to ask questions to him also," said Sharma. 

In Bhopal, the programme will be organised at Roshapura Chauraha, he said.

Sharma said: "Modi projected himself as a 'chowkidar' during 2014 election campaign and people witnessed a decline in corruption during his tenure. But the opposition started defaming him with the word 'chowkidar'. To nullify their efforts, Modi started 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' campaign on March 16."

The hashtag has been trending at international level from day one, he said and added through NaMo app and social media more than one crore people have adopted "Main Bhi Chowkidar" resolution. 

 

 

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