New Delhi Correspondent
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrapped up his campaign in northern state of Rajasthan, which goes to assembly poll on December 8, by showing his skills as a drummer at a rally and termed it as a ‘sound of victory’.
Modi greeted the assembled crowd by playing a big traditional ‘dholak’ at the rally in Dausa on Wednesday. The video clip of the drum-beat posted by the Prime Minister on his Facebook and Instagram pages.
“The sound of victory… of development and people power,” Modi wrote in the Facebook post which received over 32,000 ‘likes’.
“Tried my hands at the drums in Rajasthan. Have a look,” he wrote on the photo platform Instagram.
Modi beat a traditional ‘dholak’ at a rally in Chhattisgarh where assembly elections were held recently.
Modi-led ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is locked in a fierce contest with the Congress party in elections in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh to retain power in the three states. The results will be declared on December 11.
The Indian PM’s drumming skills first came to light when he visited Japan in September 2014 and joined the Japanese percussionists to perform a ‘jugalbandi’.