Ahmedabad, Aug 23: A four-year-old boy from Maninagar in Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Aarav Pankaj Nayak loves to 'become' Narendra Modi, the state's chief minister, and present speeches like him. He is known to give speech like Modi before he turned four-year old.
Aarav's speeches reflecting the thoughts of India are just not confined to Gujarat or the nation but even beyond. It might sound incredible but the boy, who turned four on August 12, also speaks in Hindi and English besides Gujarati and could well find a place in the record books in the near future. The boy has also bagged five awards for 'becoming' Modi and presenting his speeches.
He was awarded with a certificate on by Janjagrut Trust for giving a speech on Modi on patriotism. He was also awarded by the Gujarat Circle Head of Reliance Communication (WLN) on January 26 this year, on the occasion of Republic Day.
Aarav, popularly known as Chhota Narendra Modi has already given eight public speeches since December last year and his last speech was at the Convention Hall of Gujarat University on August 15. There, he gave a speech in front of 1,000 people.
Chhota Modi studies in Junior Kindargaten in Maninagar's Nelson's High School.