Indians living abroad organized flash dance in London, to support Modi’s party for 2019 elections

With just a day to go, the epic battle between the political parties in India is growing day by day. The parties are giving absolutely everything to woo the voters this election campaign.

It is to be noted that campaigning is not only limited to India. Very recently, a group of NRIs in Manchester with BJP flags sporting t-shirts that have ‘Namo again’ written on them, took to the streets to extend their massive support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

The video of the flash mob has taken social media by a storm. “Yeh desh Jukne Nahin denge Expect 100s of more such campaigns in UK and EU,” one Twitter user said.

The performers shook their legs to a version of Shankar Mahadevan’s Breathless, recreated by the composer, as a mark of respect to “non-stop India” under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The video also shows a person dressed to look like Indian Prime Minister (to some extent, yes).

The general elections will be held in 7 phases in UP starting from April 11 till May 19 and the counting will be done on May 23.