PM Tells Parliamentarians To Drop ‘Ji’ From Modi, Says “Don’t Distance Me From Public” Checkout Deets!

PM Modi asked all of the MPs to refer to him as Modi rather than “Modi Ji” during the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting.

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked all Members of Parliament to address him as Modi rather than “Modi Ji.” “Don’t distance me from the public by making me ‘Modi ji’. “I am Modi,” he said. Prime Minister Modi stated at the Bharatiya Janata Party Parliamentary Party meeting that the saffron party’s victories in the three Hindi heartland states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan were a group effort rather than an individual one.

According to PM Modi, this was a group victory rather than an individual one. Additionally, the PM stated, “Don’t distance me from the public by making me ‘Modi ji’. “I am Modi,” he said. PM Modi stated during the meeting that all of the party workers’ efforts paid off as the elections were won. Additionally, he declared that all BJP ministers and MPs must take part in the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra, which takes place from December 22 to January 25.

During Question Hour on Thursday, PM Modi was met with shouts from the Treasury benches as he entered the Rajya Sabha. Every Thursday, when questions about the departments he oversees are listed, he attends the Question Hour sessions. BJP lawmakers welcomed Prime Minister Modi into the upper house shortly after he arrived with claps and desk thumps.

As he took his seat next to BJP MP Piyush Goyal, some members also began yelling slogans like “BJP guarantee, Modi guarantee” and “Teesri baar, Modi Sarkar,” according to news agency PTI. During Question Hour in the upper house, J P Nadda, the president of the BJP, was also present.