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BJP worker who posed PM Modi query on ‘tax burden on middle-class’ clarifies “wrongful propagation”

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BJP worker who asked question to PM Narendra Modi, clarifies “wrongful propagation”
Source: Twitter

Nirmal Kumar Jain, a BJP worker has posted a video on Twitter clarifying the “hype” over PM’s answer to his question in the Puducherry meet of Mera Booth Sabse Majboot.

Nirmal Kumar in the video first thanked the Prime Minister for giving him a chance to participate in the conference. He said, “the PM is doing a lot of work for the betterment of the country and the people are very happy. My plea was that the PM bring in more schemes so that more people can be happy. I am a small trader and the PM accepted by question and thanked me. The PM gave his assurance of taking care of everyone, this made me and other workers very happy.”

He further added that the media is doing the wrongful propagation of the incident. “Before the PM gave assurance, they are trying to tarnish the image of the PM. I am extremely hurt by this wrongful propagation. No one can break the association among BJP, Modiji and me with this wrongful propagation. I totally deny the propogation. Through this video, with folded hands, that from now dont make these kind of wrongful propogations, Thank You,” said Kumar.

In a live interaction program, weeks ago with the Bhartiya Janata Party workers at Puducherry, the party faced embarrassment after a worker from the gathering, Nirmal Kumar Jain, asked the PM about the government’s policy of imposing more taxes on the middle-class section.

Prime Narendra Modi, replied hesitantly by saying that they are focused on working for the common man. He further said that the question was asked by Kumar as he is a trader and hence it is natural for him to ask that.

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