Ranvir Shorey takes a dig at Opposition: Kya paanch saal pehle is desh mein berozgaari nahi thi?
Aap Ka Vote Aap Ki Soch! This is what Bollywood actor Ranvir Shorey says in his recently uploaded video on Twitter. Ranvir took to the micro-blogging website to urge people to cast their vote in the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections 2019.
"My fellow Indians, in the fine tradition of entertainers talking politics, here is my pre #Elections2019 special. Jai Hind," his tweet reads.
In the video, the actor takes a dig at some of the Bollywood celebrities who are influencing the public in casting their votes to a particular party in the elections.
He says, "Main unki soch se bilkul sehmat hoon, lekin meri soch meri apni hai, jaise meri vote meri apni hai. Main sochta hoon ye aaj desh ki jo problems hain kya ye pichle paanch saalon main hi paida hui hain?''
''Paanch saal pehle tak kya hamara desh sahi raah par chal raha tha? Kya paanch saal pehle is desh mein koi dange nahin huye the? Kya is desh mein bhukhmari aur berozgaari nahi thi?" he adds.
The actor says that making the current government responsible for all the issues is pure injustice. He adds that it's hard to solve these problems within a span of five years.
"We can't solve these problems of such a vast nation in just five years," Ranvir says in the video.
He slams the Opposition saying, "Jo log 60 saalo mein nahi sudhaar paye vo ab nyay ki baat karte hai. Ek hi parivaar peedi dar peedi raaj kare, kya ye nyay hai?"
The actor further says,"Kehte hain public ki yadaash bahot choti hoti hai, bahot jaldi cheezen bhul jate hain."
"Mai bas ye yaad dila dena chahta hoon, ki vote dijiye, zaroor dijiye. Lekin vote aapki to soch aapki, doosro ki nahin," Ranvir concludes the video by urging fellow voters to cast their vote.
PM Narendra Modi re-tweeted the actor's video saying, "I like the passion with which you urge people to vote. Such energy strengthens our democratic traditions."
I like the passion with which you urge people to vote. Such energy strengthens our democratic traditions.Chowkidar Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 16, 2019
Whatever our politics or ideologies are, our primary duty is to go out and vote! @RanvirShorey https://t.co/lppZtixE1g
"Whatever our politics or ideologies are, our primary duty is to go out and vote!" Modi added in his tweet.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 are being held in 7 phases across India. The first phase of elections took place on April 11 and the second phase is scheduled to start from April 18.