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Our respectable Prime Minister is working for our country day and night (if traveling to other countries for the business deal is a major work). People in India elected Narendra Modi to witness the change, but it seems things didn’t turn out well for him. In past 4 years what we have witnessed is new regulations and schemes (GST and Demonetization) which didn’t work. Today we won’t be discussing the promises that PM Modi didn’t fulfill. We will be talking about things that have changed in the society after the 2014 elections. From new terms that have been introduced to new ideology (Hindutva).
Now let’s check out Bhakt (Modi) Dictionary: Terms that we have never heard before 2014 elections
#1 Bhakt
This word came into existence when Modi supporters started blindly him and people who were against him gave these people a name, ‘Bhakt’.
#2 Anti-National
This term was introduced when people (Bhakt) started calling out people anti-national who didn’t stand when National Anthem was played in movie theatres.
#3 Hindutva
Recently Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath changed the name of railway station Mugalsarai to ‘Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction’. People have started trolling the government on social media for spreading hindutva ideology across the country in some or the other way.
#4 Ban
Everyone across the country has now become quite familiar with this word because every other day we get to hear that someone is thrashed because they were eating beef.
#5 Bhagwa
You might have noticed that in some places, people are spreading the Bhagwa (Saffron) terrorism. They are none other than blind followers of the government
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Author - Amit Singh
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