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Overseas Friends of BJP in the US organizes car rallies across 20 American cities.


April 1 :
In twenty separate American locations, members of the Overseas Friends of BJP have demonstrated their support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reelection by holding automobile rallies. In the upcoming general elections, the group has pleaded with the Indian people to hand over 400 seats or more to the NDA alliance, which is led by the BJP

The head of the OFBJP-USA, Adapa Prasad, remarked that he had never witnessed such passion among Indian-Americans before. He stated that the Indian American community is highly energised and enthused about the prospect of the Modi-led BJP and NDA winning more than 400 seats. An overwhelming majority of Indian Americans support the National Democratic Alliance's (NDA) goal of winning "Ab ki Baar 400 Paar" in the next Lok Sabha elections.

“The community has participated enthusiastically in the OFBJP organised car rallies from east coast to west coast and north to south in about 20 cities in a coordinated fashion,” stated Vasudev Patel, national general secretary of OFBJP-USA.

Protests were held in Maryland and Virginia inside the Washington DC metropolitan area. In a carnival-like setting in New Jersey, almost 200 vehicles took part. The Indian Community Centre (ICC) in Milpitas was reached by a caravan of solidarity in Silicon Valley, which traversed considerable distance in the San Francisco Bay Area, both geographically and conceptually, beginning at the Fremont Warm Springs/South Fremont BART Station.

An organisation with chapters in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, Overseas Friends of BJP (OFBJP) has been around for around thirteen years. In an effort to improve India's and the BJP's reputation in the West, it has been actively working on this front. Nearly 300 people from all across the Bay Area showed up to the rally, and 200 cars were among them. Displaying a variety of banners, flags, and slogans, the participants put on a colourful show that attracted spectators' attention and appreciation. It was a powerful demonstration of the Indian diaspora's enduring passion and dedication to India's rise to global leadership.

Around 150 vehicles took part in the Atlanta, Georgia event. Cities such as Detroit, Raleigh, Chicago, Dallas, and Austin also hosted similar automobile parades. At these demonstrations, cars were decorated with BJP and American flags, and signs read: "Modi ka guarantee, India 3rd largest economy"; "Ab ki baar 400 paar"; and "Modi 3.0." Sikhs from Washington, DC and the surrounding area staged an automobile rally in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bid for a third term in office, arguing that his leadership is urgently needed to restore peace and security to India and the world.

A suburb of Washington DC in Maryland was the site of the automobile rally. After visiting the Gurdwaras, the assembled participants made their way to the rally site. Sikh Americans for Modi 3.0, "Ab ki bar 400 paarr," and "Modi guarantee, India 3rd largest economy" were among the signs that were displayed.