Video: PM Modi Pauses His Speech During A Rally Hearing Azaan

The Logical Indian

March 28th, 2016 / 10:05 AM

Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was delivering his speech on Sunday at a political rally in Kharagpur in poll-bound West Bengal. In between his speech, he showed a generous move by pausing for a while after hearing Azaan in a nearby mosque. While he was targeting the Mamata Banerjee government through his speech said that he paused during Azaan.


Below is the complete speech by PM Narendra Modi


The Logical Indian applauds the Prime Minister’s gesture and setting a great example to everyone.


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