The stalls, according to the BJP, will help provide employment to youth across Mumbai.
In a first, NRIs set up a NaMo tea stall in Silicon Valley, US to support Modi for the Lok Sabha polls.
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The BJP’s women’s wing members also launched a ‘mehndi’ campaign to create awareness by writing “NaMo” and drawing the party’s Lotus symbol on their palms.
About 50,000 tea sellers would be invited to attend the rally.
A Muslim tea stall owner in Surat has renamed his 15-year-old shop after BJPs prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
The reason behind putting the banner of Namo tea stall is that we have seen his working style in the last 12 years in Gujarat.
A campaign has been launched by BJP party leaders to name roadside tea stalls as ‘NaMO tea stall’.