Watch: PM Modi Receives Mother’s Day Gift In Hooghly Election Rally In West Bengal


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Modi arrived in Kolkata on Saturday night to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal. (BJP West Bengal/X)

Modi arrived in Kolkata on Saturday night to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal. (BJP West Bengal/X)

PM Narendra Modi receives a special Mother’s Day gift – a portrait with his late mother Heeraben Patel – during a rally in West Bengal’s Hoogly

Amidst an election rally in West Bengal’s Hooghly on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was touched by a poignant gesture on Mother’s Day when a man in the crowd waved a portrait featuring him alongside his late mother, Heeraben Patel.

Expressing gratitude, the Prime Minister asked his SPG commandos to collect the portrait from the couple who presented them. During the rally, the Prime Minister stressed India’s year-round reverence for mothers, including Ma Durga, Ma Kaali, and Bharat Mata.

“This enthusiasm of the people of West Bengal, love for Modi ji, says once again the Modi government. Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi Ji’s Vijay Sankalp Sabha in support of BJP candidate in Hooghly Lok Sabha constituency,” the state unit of BJP said in a post on social media platform X, along with a picture of the man with Heeraben’s portrait.

Modi arrived in Kolkata on Saturday night to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal. Modi arrived here from Jharkhand, and after landing at the airport, he went by road to the Raj Bhavan amid tight security. On Sunday, he was scheduled to address election rallies in Barrackpore in North 24 Parganas district, Panchla in Howrah, and Chinsurah and Pursura in Hooghly district.

In one of the Bengal rallies, the Prime Minister said that this Lok Sabha election is for protecting Bengal’s culture over which the TMC thinks it has a monopoly. The PM said that this election was also for the development of the state. He accused the TMC of looting the state and claimed that it was “committing a huge sin”.

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