Anandan Pathak, who looks like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, dresses like him and speaks in his own style. He also starts his talk by saying 'friends', but the interesting fact in this story is that he is campaigning for the Congress against the BJP. Readers are Congress campaigners in Naxal-affected Bastar region of Chhattisgarh who say 'good days will not come.' Reader had joined the party last month in the presence of Congress leader Raj Babbar. Before that, he was a member of the BJP-led NDA constituent 'Republican Party of India (Athawale)' and was posted as its Uttar Pradesh Deputy President. Pathak said that since I look like Modi Ji, people will always ask me where are the good days, which Modi had promised before 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
Unhappy with the common man's problems, I left the BJP's allies last month and joined the Congress. "Readers who are campaigning for Congress on various seats in Jagdalpur, Dantewada, Kondagaon and Bastar, including the attraction of locals There are centers and the people are enjoying a lot of selfies with them. During his campaign, the readers make a target by taking a promise of 'good days' and bringing the black money deposited abroad abroad by depositing 15 lakh rupees in every Indian bank account, by imitating the style of the Prime Minister. While addressing a small gathering in a local market here, he said, "Friends, I have come here to tell you the truth that 'good days' will not come. It was a false promise and please vote for the Congress who will ensure development for you. "
Pathak claimed that he has been campaigning against BJP and Modi for the first time since 2014 and till now he only used to campaign for the BJP and its allies. In the last Lok Sabha elections, there were many modes of Modi, including the readers, who looked at campaigning in different parts of the country. However, the Congress legislator, sitting again in the Congress ticket, said Devtis Karma said that he does not know that Modi's campaign is promoting him. Deva, wife of late Mahendra Karma, the founder of 'Salwa Judum', said that she is seeking votes in the name of her late husband. Significantly, Chhattisgarh has an electoral atmosphere these days and the polling for 12 Assembly seats in Bastar region will be held on November 12.