Crowd chants ‘Modi-Modi’ in Siddaramaiah’s presence, PM taunts ‘aisa hota rehta hai’

Om Sharma
By Om Sharma 3 Min Read

JANUARY 19, 2024

“After inaugurating the center, PM Modi addressed a gathering where the resounding chant of his name echoed through the crowd, underscoring the strong support and enthusiasm from the attendees.”

“At a public event in Bengaluru, Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to the crowd’s enthusiastic chants of ‘Modi-Modi’ by turning towards Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, sharing a taunt-laden acknowledgment: ‘such things happen’.”

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the crowd’s enthusiastic chants of ‘Modi-Modi’ in the presence of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the Prime Minister responded with a taunt, saying, ‘Mukhyamantri ji, aisa hota rehta hai (Mr Chief Minister, such things often happen).'”

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“In a viral video capturing the exchange, the Congress leader, Siddaramaiah, is seen smiling uncomfortably as a crowd chants ‘Modi-Modi.’ The incident occurred during the inauguration of Boeing’s new global engineering and technology campus in Bengaluru, attended by both leaders. Despite being one of the most outspoken critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government’s policies, Siddaramaiah found himself in a moment of discomfort as the chants resonated in the gathering.”

“Boeing’s commitment to advancing aerospace and defense innovation in India is exemplified by its monumental investment of ₹1,600 crore in the 43-acre Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC) campus.

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During the inauguration, Prime Minister Modi underscored the significance of this investment and its potential to foster partnerships within India’s dynamic aerospace ecosystem. Additionally, PM Modi launched Boeing’s impactful social program, specifically designed to facilitate the inclusion of more girls into India’s burgeoning aviation sector.

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This initiative aims to equip girls and women from across the country with essential skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), paving the way for training and employment opportunities in the aviation industry.

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