We all think that Political leaders are always supposed to be holding on to their serious personality. Sharing a light-hearted conversation or a joke with them like a common man seems beyond impossible.
Well, this is not the case always. The recent incident that took place is a perfect example to justify our statement.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina were busy inaugurating a train service and discussing some mutual pacts between the two countries and this funny incident just broke the feel of the political ambience.
It so happened that an Indian presenter was directing the proceeding on the dias when he accidentally asked, “May I request the two Prime Ministers to step down?”
One of the people from the crowd asked aloud in surprise “step down?”
This invoked some laughter from the crowd and the two Prime Ministers also took the comment positively and participated in the humor.
Note: ‘Step down’ means stepping down from their respective positions of Prime Minister.
Watch the video tweet by ANI:
— ANI (@ANI) April 8, 2017
After seeing this video, people had some amazing reactions which you cannot miss:
Now congress will make it a big issue
— Troll Hub (@tejasarcasm) April 8, 2017
Step down ? Nah bhai nah PM @narendramodi Ji would not step down till he solve all problems of India ! 😂😂
— Harsh Sachdeva (@harshsachdeva19) April 8, 2017
Kejriwal: People are fed up of this govt…asking PM to step down but PM won't listen to poor janta
— Drunk BATMAN (@Caped_Humor) April 8, 2017
ROFL. If this clip is played on loop for 45 minutes, it will beat Kapil Sharma's show in TRP hands down. Thanks ANI. Most funny video ever 😂
— Pyaar Se Mario (@SquareGas) April 8, 2017
The anchor new how to get the PM's relaxed for the best photo session. DELIBERATE.
— KMKUGULET (@KMKUGULET) April 8, 2017
The Bangladesh Prime Minister is on a 4-day visit to India after 7 long years. The meeting will be in context to regional and international concerns that are mutual in both the countries.
This moment is surely one of the most epic ones, helps us break the daily stereotype. What do you guys feel about it?