Team KP4Modi 2.0, a group of Kashmiri Pandits, held a global conference call known as “KP4Modi Conference” on March 16 to propagate the achievements of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government. 

The conference took place ahead of the Lok Sabha election where Jammu and Kashmir is scheduled to vote in five phases, starting on April 11. 

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 The conference was attended by an overwhelming number of Kashmiri Pandits, including prominent figures like Ashok Pandit, a renowned filmmaker and social activist,  and Lalit Ambardar, - a building design consultant and a  columnist. 

According to a press release, KP4Modi 2.0 aimed at exchanging ideas to “spread a developmental, nation-building narrative through both online and on-ground activities.”

Rohit Kachroo, the convenor of KP4Modi 2.0 initiative said, “There can be no doubt that there is no other leader of the stature of Narendra Modi today in Indian polity. He must be brought back for overall stability of the nation & Kashmir region. We must work both online and on ground to spread & propagate all the good work done by our PM. KP4Modi 2.0 team will create short informative videos and conduct on-ground opinion analysis & transformation through talks, facts, data points and infographics”.

Addressing the crowd, Ambardar said that Kashmiri Pandits are the reason that Kashmir is with India. He also praised Narendra Modi for his actions against terrorism.

Ashok Pandit also spoke along these lines. The renowned filmmaker stressed on the importance of preserving Kashmiri Culture. He encouraged the youth to take interest in their music and culture.

The attendees also talked about the importance of casting votes. They also encouraged people to go out and vote and assist anyone facing any difficulties. 

The conference also witnessed some extraordinary performances. While Shrimati Neerja Pandit performed a live rendition of “Sanah Kaem Loul Shabnam Naer Karonaaes”, ‘Rapper Pandit’ sand some groovy numbers praising the Prime Minister.