Despite the fact that several leftist propaganda media portals, opposition parties and the biased liberals have in the last five years tried their best to fear-monger, projecting Narendra Modi and his government as Muslim haters, the Modi wave has gripped everyone alike in the country.
Impressed by Modi’s work, a Muslim woman in Gonda in Uttar Pradesh has named her newborn as ‘Narendra Damodardas Modi’, as the baby boy was born on May 23, the day Modi-led government registered a landslide victory in 2019 Lok Sabha election.
Mainaz Begum, 40, a resident of Parsapur Mahrarur village in Wazirganj, Gonda, Uttar Pradesh came up with this extraordinary idea when her family members were discussing a name for her newborn.
Mainaz’ in-laws were initially not in favour of her decision but later gave in to her adamancy. Her husband, Mushtaq Ahmed, who works in Dubai, too tried to convince her to drop the idea, but Mainaz stood firm on her decision.
People around her tried to make her change her mind, but she was adamant, her father-in-law Idrees told PTI.
Finally, surrendering to her determination, Mainaz’s family in Parsapur Mahraur village filed an affidavit seeking the registration of the name.
The family has filed an affidavit addressed to the district magistrate and submitted it to the Assistant Development Officer (panchayat) Ghanshyam Pandey. When contacted, Pandey said he received the affidavit on Friday.
He said the application has been forwarded to the village panchayat secretary, who deals with the registration of births and deaths. “Action will be taken as per the law,” he said.
In the affidavit, Mainaz Begum showered praises on Modi and his government’s welfare schemes, including free cooking gas connection to the poor and financial help to construct toilets. “He is doing very good work for the country,” said the affidavit.
Moreover, Mainaz in her affidavit praised PM Modi for his government’s initiative to end triple talaq.
Meanwhile, asked on whether the family feared to face the wrath of extended family and community over the step, her father-in-law, Idrees maintained that naming the child was the family’s private affair and “no one should interfere in this.” He claimed that Modiji was the PM and India took pride in it.