Karnataka: A video of a farmer from Karnataka showering praises and extending gratitudes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as kissing his picture put on a bus has gone viral. The old man also thanked him for good the governance and said that the Prime Minister will conquer the world.
It is pertinent to mention that no other leader can today ranks closer to PM Modi in terms of popularity and because of which he is the most popular leaders in the world. The love and affection for the Prime Minister have been growing day by day. Even during her first visit to India, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni praised PM Modi and said he is the "most loved leader around the world."
PM Modi supporters and fans loves him very much and we have seen many examples of this. Today, one such deep affection for the Prime Minister has surfaced from the coastal state of Karnataka. A video which is widely circulating on social media, a farmer was seen crying after seeing PM Modi’s picture on the bus. According to reports, the old man seen in the viral video is a farmer and makes his living by farming.
PM Modi will conquer the world
In the video, the farmer can also be seen talking to PM Modi’s photo emotionally and in between he also breaks down. The old man was also seen kissing the picture. The farmer was heard saying in local language that: "I was getting a Rs 1000, you made me get Rs 500 more. You decided to give Rs 5 lakhs for our health care, you will conquer the world."
The video went viral at a time when the state is all set for the assembly elections in May this year. A picture of PM Modi has been placed on the KSRTC bus as an advertisement for the G20 summit.
Assembly elections in Karnataka
The state will witness a single phase of voting on May 10, whereas the results will be declared on May 13. Notably, the term of the 224-member Karnataka Assembly will be ending on May 24. Speaking at the press conference, Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that more than 9.17 lakh first-time voters will be participating in the upcoming elections in Karnataka.