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Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” campaign across major Cities

This underscores the dedication and support of the Indian diaspora for the Modi's vision for India's development.

The ‘Overseas Friends of BJP’ in Australia have embarked on a campaign titled “Modi for 2024,” aimed at galvanising support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in anticipation of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in India.

Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied

This campaign spans across seven key cities in Australia, showcasing the diaspora’s robust support from iconic landmarks such as Sydney Harbour Bridge, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Perth Optus Stadium, Brisbane GABBA, Surfers Paradise in Gold Coast, Mt Ainslie in Canberra, and Naval Memorial Garden in Adelaide.

Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied

An official post on the ‘Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia’s X handle highlighted the campaign’s kick-off, indicating a widespread mobilisation of Modi’s overseas supporters. Respondents in various Australian cities have expressed their support to “Modi ka Parivaar,” signalling a unified front in favour of the Prime Minister’s governance and development-oriented policies.

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The campaign, which is poised to cover enthusiastic teams from these cities, has adopted the slogan “Abki Baar 400 Paar” (beyond 400 seats next time), reflecting a confident push for a substantial victory in the forthcoming general elections. This movement underscores the dedication and support of the Indian diaspora for the BJP’s vision and leadership under Modi.

Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied

This initiative follows a similar expression of support in the UK, where ‘Overseas Friends of BJP’ organised a car rally in London, demonstrating “unwavering support” for PM Modi.

Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied

The rally saw participation from over 250 cars, with members of the Indian diaspora waving the Indian Tricolour and BJP flags, as per a press release by the organisation.

Bob Blackman, a UK Parliamentarian and recipient of the Padmashri, referred to the general elections in India as the “biggest exercise of democracy” worldwide. Blackman predicted a substantial victory for the BJP, foreseeing a majority with “400-plus” seats. He also noted the strengthening friendship between India and the United Kingdom, attributing it to the governance of the BJP in India.

Overseas Friends of BJP' Australia Launches "Modi for 2024" Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied
Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia Launches “Modi for 2024” Campaign Across Major Cities; Image Source: Supplied

The announcement of the general elections, set to unfold in seven phases starting April 19 with the vote count on June 4, as informed by Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, marks the beginning of a pivotal period in Indian politics.

The ‘Overseas Friends of BJP’ Australia’s campaign is a showcase of the global Indian community’s engagement and interest in the democratic processes of their homeland, aiming to understand and educate others about the outcome from thousands of miles away.

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