After all, what happened that hundreds of chairs became empty between PM Modi's speech?

New Delhi: Talking about PM Narendra Modi, he is not among the leaders whose rally or conference people leave chairs. However, it has happened recently. In fact, this happened during the 'Booth Vijay Sammelan' in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi. More than 20 thousand BJP booth office-bearers from all the 3361 booths of Varanasi had arrived at the ground of Sampoornanand Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya in Varanasi. In such a situation, all of them were waiting for the PM for hours, however, during PM Modi's speech, all of them were seen leaving the chair.

During this time, hundreds of chairs were empty in no time. The purpose of this 'Booth Vijay Sammelan' was that PM Modi would give the mantra of victory to the booth office bearers gathered from all the booths of Varanasi for the assembly elections. However, Modi's programme started about half an hour late than its scheduled time. Due to this, the patience of the booth officials was broken and they started leaving the speech of their MP and the Prime Minister midway. Later, the result was that hundreds of chairs were vacated during PM Modi's speech itself.

When people who left the speech were asked the reason for leaving, someone said compulsion, someone made interesting excuses. Someone said he has to go to the meeting, then someone said that he is listening to Modi Ji's speech on the go. On the other hand, BJP OBC Morcha president Somnath Maurya was also found walking out during the PM's speech. When asked the reason, he clarified that at first it was a crowd and since 12 o'clock, all of them have been sitting hungry and thirsty. The chairs are not empty, people are just going out to urinate. The program is towards the end, so let's go.

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