Vikas Has Gone Crazy. “Narrator Modi a major push in his 2014 campaign for Prime Minister, took the initiative with local youth social media.
Sagar Savaliya, Sagar Savaliya, publishing a photo on Facebook. Gujarati legend saying, “State transport buses are bear, but you are shipping them, the responsibility for your safety is up to you.” Stay back, Vikas has gone crazy. ”
The Vikas Gaaso Thayo Chhe “(Vikas Has Gone Crazy). The Congress of Gujarat has a rapid response to the growing phenomenon of social networks.
With the same humorous and satirical lot of images and videos that flood the internet just before the Assembly elections in November, he gives BJP and his president Amit Shah some anxious moments.
Last week, Shah urged the young people of Gujarat not to pay attention to the anti-BJP propaganda on social networks, while addressing a town hall of Ahmedabad.
The irony is that the fact that the party was the first to use the platforms for political mobilization, either at the reception this time.
Not only are they humorous, but they also deal with everyday problems in Gujarat, such as steady fuel prices, rising tuition fees, roads, GST, and so on. Gujarat is one of the most important cities in Gujarat.
With less than a week for Navratri, the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) has now presented a 2.5-minute garba video on the same.
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Savaliya, a 20-year-old engineering student, runs a website called befamnews.com. “Befaam” means “uncontrolled” or “disorderly”. Sagar is an active member of the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) and is close to his conveyor Hardik Patel.
Speaking of News18, he said, “Yes, I stuck the award,” “Development went crazy”