Thursday, August 11, 2022

‘Do you know what I do?’ PM Modi asks 8-year-old, answer leaves him in splits

Her spontaneous reply, typically full of that heart-warming innocence only children are capable of was:  “Yes, you are Modiji. I see you on TV. You work for Lok Sabha TV (Lok Sabha TV mein naukri karte ho)’.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a light-hearted day in the office on Wednesday, courtesy of BJP MP Anil Firozia’s eight-year-old daughter, Ahana, an ANI report in The Tribune Chandigarh, says.

. The MP from Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain took his family, wife and daughter, to the Parliament for their maiden trip where they met PM Modi for the first time. During their visit, Firozia’s daughter Ahana met with PM Modi, which turned out to be quite memorable.

It was indeed a special day for the eight-year-old girl in Parliament as she met Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time. 

During their interaction, PM Modi jokingly asked the girl if she knew who he was and what was his profession?

“Yes, you are Modi Ji. I know you and I see you on TV”, Ahana replied to the PM’s question according to ANI. And you work for Lok Sabha TV (Lok Sabha TV mein naukri karte ho)”.

Her answer left everyone, including PM Modi in splits as the entire room erupted in laughter. The Prime Minister did not let her go back empty-handed and gave her chocolates.

There have been several interesting incidents in the past where the Prime Minister was seen sharing lighter moments with kids.

Anil Firozia is a first-time MP who lost weight drastically after a nudge from Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. For every kg lost, the MP was assured Rs 1,000 crore for his constituency.

Firozia has lost 21 kilos, so he believes Rs 21,000 crore is guaranteed for his constituency. 

The MP reportedly adopted a fitness regime that included a diet plan, physical exercise, cycling, swimming as well as yoga.



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