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PM Modi Requests Removal of ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ from Social Media Handles


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended his gratitude to the citizens of India for their steadfast support during the Lok Sabha elections. Acknowledging the widespread adoption of ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ on social media platforms as a symbol of unity, PM Modi has now made a request to the public to remove the suffix from their social media profiles.

PM Modi Requests Removal of 'Modi Ka Parivar' from Social Media Handles

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), PM Modi expressed his appreciation for the message of unity conveyed through the ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ campaign and urged individuals to now remove it from their online identities.

The campaign gained momentum after PM Modi’s assertion during a public rally in Telangana, where he proclaimed that all 140 crore Indians are part of his family. This statement served as a powerful rebuttal to remarks made by RJD chief Lalu Prasad during an opposition rally in Patna.

PM Modi underscored the historic mandate given to the NDA for the third consecutive time, highlighting the trust bestowed upon his government to continue working towards the nation’s progress. He emphasized that while the display name may change, the strong and unbreakable bond between him and the citizens remains unwavering, with both striving for India’s advancement.