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BJP Chief JP Nadda gives his own spin to ‘Pawry Ho Rahi Hai’ meme at West Bengal rally; watch

Young Pakistani influencer Dananeerr Mobeen continues to trend on social media and BJP president JP Nadda was the latest to join the “Pawri ho rahi hai” meme fest.

In a video, Dananeerr is seen somewhere in the hills, and saying with a put-on accent: “Ye humari car, ye hum hai aur ye humari party ho ri hai.

 

Speaking in West Bengal, JP Nadda said, “Ye Bengal ki janta hai, ye hum sab hai, aur Bengal main parivartan ki tayyari ho rahi hai” (This is Bengal’s people, this is us, and in Bengal, people are getting ready for change).

The phrase used by JP Nadda was an interesting turn on the ‘Pawri Ho Rahi Hai’ trend that has taken social media by storm in the past few days.

As several on Twitter were left wondering whether the spin on the meme was actually intentional by the BJP President JP Nadda, the video posted by BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga is now going viral.

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