A Kashmir based politician has formed a unique group with the name of ‘Bhartiya Modi Army’, a leading daily reported today. The group aims to check the development and the loopholes in the schemes initiated by PM Narendra Modi.
The medical practitioner turned politician is based in North Kashmir’s Bandipore village. As per the report, Manzoor Ahmad Mir claims to have formed an “army” of 8000 Kashmiri youths who will be keeping eye on the Central sponsored projects.
The group has established an office at the city’s posh locality Rajbagh, incidentally the BJP already had an office here.
Mir, who hails from Brar village, has a small medical shop in the village. He introduced his party at SKICC during a function last week for the first time.
However, BJP has distanced itself from Modi Army and said that it has no affiliation with any such group. Moreover, the party have termed the group as a self-styled organization that has been created to ‘fool’ the people.
BJP General Secretary Ashok Kaul said that BJP has no affiliation with the Modi army and people should not fall in the trap of its organisers.
“We have no party under this name and whoever is using Modi’s or party name must be exposed to the public,” Kaul said, adding, some people are out in the market to exploit gullible people and asked people to be cautious.
Now, the BJP has written to Jammu and Kashmir police, over formation of Bharatiya Modi army in the state.