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PM releases new video on ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’
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PM releases new video on ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’

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New Delhi, Mar 20 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday released a fresh video as part of his hyped 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' campaign and said while his detractors have insulted 'chowkidars' - security guards - not the entire country has come out to be 'chowkidars'.

In the new video, the characters are heard saying, "mitaoon mein bhrastachar, Yeh desh merey ... tera mein bhi Chowkidar (I will stem out corruption, on my country, I am also your custodian)".

Meanwhile, BJP has announced that in an unusual but a major outreach programme, Mr Modi will address 25 lakh chowkidars and also ordinary people from all walks of life across the country via an audio bridge on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Holi festival programme.

This is a part of a series of initiatives under the much talked about 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' outreach programme, party's media incharge Anil Baluni announced here.

"Prime Minister Modi seeks to bring common man of the country from behind the scenes to the vanguard of a New India," a party release said adding people from every spectrum of the society are continuously joining the mass movement 'MainBhiChowkidar' - which was unveiled by Mr Modi on Saturday.

In this series, on March 31, Prime Minister will interact with common people and Chowkidars in almost 500 locations of the country via video conferencing.

"The outreach program, which is already turning into a mass movement, is aimed at the common man of the country who silently works in the background and as such, is one of the invisible pillars of the country," Mr Baluni said.

He said ever since the launch of the campaign on the social media, this had been trending worldwide throughout the first day of launch.

It was trending continuously for two days in India. More than 20 lakh people tweeted with the hashtag #MainBhiCahwkidar within three days.

It has got up to 1680 crore impression. Nearly one crore people pledged for this campaign through social media and Namo App. (UNI)