Aimed at connecting with the common people over a cup of tea, Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra
Modi today launched his ‘chai pe charcha’ campaign from a tea stall in Ahmedabad.

‘Good governnance’ was the subject for today’s ‘chai pe charcha,’ a mega outreach programme which is a part of his campaign for general elections due by May. He said the bad governance is like diabetes which invites a host of disease.

Modi, in a bid to cash in on the “chaiwala” jibe, visited the tea stall and interacted with common people over the brew through DTH,
satellite service and social media.

The programme was relayed at 1,000 tea stall locations identified by the BJP in 300 cities across the country, including 61 locations in 22 cities and towns in Gujarat, via video conferencing.