New Delhi, Jan 28: BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi might be the star campaigner for the party in the run up to Delhi Assembly polls, but at Timarpur constituency she got a tough competition from two men on Tuesday.
These were two lookalikes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and yoga guru Baba Ramdev.
Both of them stood inside the white Audi and waved at the crowd. According to a Times of India report, the presence of these two created an immediate stir among people.
Prime Minister's lookalike Abhinandan Pathak (52) is a resident of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh. He came to Delhi cycling over 170 kilometres. "I am Nandan Modi, Narendra Modi's younger brother. The PM is busy, so I am campaigning in all constituencies to garner support for BJP in Delhi elections,"Pathak was quoted as saying in media report.
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Pathak not only looks like PM Modi, his way of talking and body language too resemble the Prime Minister's. This is not the first time Pathak has been campaigning for BJP and PM Modi, earlier he had campaigned for in Varanasi and Vadodara in 2014 general elections.
The lookalike of Ramdev said, "I'm an office-bearer of BJP. We will do everything to make Bediji the chief minister of Delhi."