Narendra Modi's bandhgala in news again; this time it's for a good cause

New Delhi, Feb 13: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pinstriped bandhgala suit, which he had worn during US President Barack Obama's visit to India, is likely to be auctioned off soon.

According to news reports, the suit which has Modi name stiched in pinstripes is likely to be auctioned off and the proceedings of the auction will be dedicated to either Modi's pet projects like Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao and Swacch Bharat Abhiyan or be given to an NGO.

Modi's special suit to be auctioned off?

This comes after Narendra Modi received severe criticism from politicians in the country. Modi had worn the suit during Obama's visit to India last month. While many appreciated Modi's sense of style, there were some who came down heavily on the PM including Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.

Gandhi had criticised Modi during an election rally in Delhi before the assembly elections. While addressing a rally, Gandhi had said: "Modi's Rs 10 lakh suit was made in the UK."

However Modi's suit seemed to be inspired by a similar suit donned by former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

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