The Prime Minister is not cutting his beard to create a united India! Pakistan fell asleep at the demand of astrology

Bengali Hunt Desk: A video of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Pakistan is going viral on social media. The viral video shows Prime Minister Narendra Modi making bizarre claims. The show aired on Neo Network on December 31 last year, and is now going viral on social media.

The astrologer claimed that ‘Prime Minister Modi has been having a bad time since November 2019. One of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s astrologers is senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi. He controls all the astrologers of the Prime Minister. ” Let me inform you, Murli Manohar Joshi is not an astrologer, he is a professor of physics. He did not stop there, he kept talking about Prime Minister Modi.

He further said, “The Prime Minister of India is not cutting his beard on purpose. He is not even cutting his own hair. He is also sacrificing to fulfill the dream of a united India. And Modi’s guru tells Modi that he is the No. 1 leader and Kalki Avatar. ” Panic-stricken astrologers have expressed hope that Prime Minister Modi will not be able to fulfill his dream of building a united India.

Pakistani journalist Nayla Inayat shared a video. In that video, one is heard saying, ‘You have seen that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is no longer cutting his beard. His motives are like those of Marathi hero Chhatrapati Shivaji. Shivaji fought against Aurangzeb. Modi is trying to imitate him. He can do anything to make himself look great. ”

It is to be noted that not only in Pakistan but also in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a lot of practice with big beard. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has also said a lot about this. Shashi Tharoor said that Prime Minister Modi wants to show himself as a sage by growing a beard.

On the other hand, there is a lot of practice in Bengali politics about growing Narendra Modi’s beard. Many opposition leaders in Bengal are claiming that Narendra Modi is growing a beard keeping in mind the Bengal elections. He wants to make himself like Rabindranath Tagore. He is doing this to win the hearts of Bengalis.