Narendra Modi’s Fan Books An Entire Theatres in the US to Screen Lok Sabha Election Results

Everyone in the country is currently hooked to their television or mobile phones to see the results of 2019 Lok Sabha elections. But, that’s not just the case in India. Indian residents living in the US are also looking at the results in a theatre. According to reports, a fan of Narendra Modi has booked an entire theatre so that people can watch the results of 2019 Lok Sabha Polls in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

A man named Ramesh Noone, who is also an IT professional has organised a screening of the election results in a cinema hall. He has clubbed all the major news channels on one screen. The people of the US have started to see the results from 9:30 pm, according to the US timings.

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According to a report, almost 150 people have booked the ticket at a price of $15 each or Rs 1000 in Indian currency to look at the most anticipated moment in the Indian election history.

It has also been reported that the election results screening has also been arranged in different parts of the country including Florida, Washington DC, Texas, and California.

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After a grueling election, the vote counting is currently underway. The current position of BJP looks strong as they are headed for second major clean sweep in the country. If everything goes right by the evening, then Narendra Modi will be crowned the Prime Minister for the second straight time of India. Not only India and the US, but the whole world is currently looking at the election results.

 

by Lokendra Sharma | Thu, May 23 - 02:31 PM

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