Shri Modi condoles demise of noted comedian Mr. Jaspal Bhatti 

Jaspal Bhatti's demise is unfortunate. He filled our lives with much needed humour. My condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace: Shri Modi 

Year 2012 has been a year of grief for our entertainment world. One by one we have lost stalwarts who left a great impact on our lives! : CM

Shri Narendra Modi mourned the sudden demise of noted comedian Shri Jaspal Bhatti, who passed away after a road accident in the wee hours of Thursday 25th October 2012.

Expressing his grief on Twitter, Shri Modi wrote, Jaspal Bhatti's demise is unfortunate. He filled our lives with much needed humour. My condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace.

Shri Jaspal Bhatti made a made a mark for himself in Movies as well as the Small Screen. He is remembered for his TV series “Flop Show” that aired on Doordarshan in 1989.

Lost Many Stalwarts of the Entertainment Industry in 2012 

Shri Modi remarked that in 2012 we have lost many greats from our entertainment industry.

He shared on Twitter, Year 2012 has been a year of grief for our entertainment world. One by one we have lost stalwarts who left a great impact on our lives!

Just a few days back we lost ace film director Mr. Yash Chopra after a prolonger illness. Others whom we lost this year include cine star Shri Rajesh Khanna, Shri Dara Singh.

Gujarati music lovers mourned Shri Rasbihari Desai, who made a mark as a distinguished singer and composer.

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Unimaginable, unparalleled, unprecedented, says PM Modi as he holds a dynamic roadshow in Kolkata, West Bengal
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"The fervour in Kolkata is unimaginable. The enthusiasm of Kolkata is unparalleled. And, the support for @BJP4Bengal across Kolkata and West Bengal is unprecedented," the PM shared in a post on social media platform 'X'.

The massive roadshow in Kolkata exemplifies West Bengal's admiration for PM Modi and the support for BJP implying 'Fir ek Baar Modi Sarkar.'

Ahead of the roadshow, PM Modi prayed at the Sri Sri Sarada Mayer Bari in Baghbazar. It is the place where Holy Mother Sarada Devi stayed for a few years.

He then proceeded to pay his respects at the statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

Concluding the roadshow, the PM paid floral tribute at the statue of Swami Vivekananda at the Vivekananda Museum, Ramakrishna Mission. It is the ancestral house of Swami Vivekananda.