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On Twitter, Comedian Kunal Kamra vs Father Of Boy Who Sang Before PM MODI

During Modi’s visit to Germany, Kunal Kamra uploaded a video clip which showed a seven-year-old child singing a song on inflation.
On Thursday comedian Kunal Kamra and the father of the young boy who sang a patriotic song for the Prime Minister of India, Mr Modi in Germany had to face off on Twitter the day. By putting out the video on the social platforms where the video clip showed the child singing a song on inflation and later on it showed the father of the child saying his son should be kept out of Kamra’s filthy state affairs.
From the Prime minister’s recent visit to Berlin in the video, it can be seen the seven-year-old boy is seen crooning the song “Hey Janmabhoomi Bharat” in the presence of Mr Modi.
This is not the very first time where Kamra has landed himself in trouble, for his criticism of the BJP and the Prime Minister, Kamra posted an edited video replacing the song with the number like “Mehngai Dayan” a very famous folk song on inflation which featured in the film “Peepli Live.”
The video of the Mehngai seems to have been deleted followed by the controversy. And the comedian Mr Kamra reacted by “who did this ?” to his post.
Reacted by the child’s father, Ganesh Pol stated He’s a seven-year-old child, who wanted to sing the song of her love towards his country and he’s very young but definitely, he loves his country more than you Mr Kamra or trashes whatever you are. Keep the poor child out of your filthy politics and try to improve on your poor jokes.
Mr Kamra tagged Mr Pol and stated that the original video was already present in the domain of the public. And continued his statement by “The joke was not on your child, while you enjoy your child sing and showed his love for his motherland to the most popular son, there are songs he should listen to, from the people from his nation.”

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