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Poll memes take social media by storm

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NEW DELHI, April 19 - With an aim to strike a chord with young voters, political parties, candidates and the public relations firms have gone into a frenzy, sharing memes and dubsmashes, including in regional languages, across social media platforms.

From Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s Achche din and Mei bhi chowkidar campaign and his reverse archery skills to Rahul Gandhi�s Aaloo daalo, sona niklega � everything new and old is being refreshed, recycled and reused as memes and dubsmashes on social media in the election season.

For example, a dubsmash Jai Hind explains how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has to keep going the right path despite people mocking his decisions.

Another hilarious pro-Congress video sells Bhakt ka chashma,� which shows development while there is none, covering issues such as unemployment, farmer distress, housing and health.

A pro-BJP video comes up with an answer to this, saying forget Bhakt ka chashma video and give vote to the BJP as it has fulfilled all the promises made.

Since �Game Of Thrones Season 8� has been trending, the Congress party shared and circulated a creative replacing the villain �Night King� of the epic fantasy by Modi.

The Election Commission also used the millennial-favourite �Winter is coming� phrase from Game of Thrones to raise voter awareness on Twitter.

�The Election Commission using various memes from popular series and movies is really creative and young voters must get up and vote,� tweeted a user.

While political memes are comical or satirical representation of social issues, the app Dubsmash that was very popular in 2014-16 lets users choose audio recordings and record a video of themselves dubbing over that piece of audio. � IANS

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Poll memes take social media by storm

NEW DELHI, April 19 - With an aim to strike a chord with young voters, political parties, candidates and the public relations firms have gone into a frenzy, sharing memes and dubsmashes, including in regional languages, across social media platforms.

From Prime Minister Narendra Modi�s Achche din and Mei bhi chowkidar campaign and his reverse archery skills to Rahul Gandhi�s Aaloo daalo, sona niklega � everything new and old is being refreshed, recycled and reused as memes and dubsmashes on social media in the election season.

For example, a dubsmash Jai Hind explains how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has to keep going the right path despite people mocking his decisions.

Another hilarious pro-Congress video sells Bhakt ka chashma,� which shows development while there is none, covering issues such as unemployment, farmer distress, housing and health.

A pro-BJP video comes up with an answer to this, saying forget Bhakt ka chashma video and give vote to the BJP as it has fulfilled all the promises made.

Since �Game Of Thrones Season 8� has been trending, the Congress party shared and circulated a creative replacing the villain �Night King� of the epic fantasy by Modi.

The Election Commission also used the millennial-favourite �Winter is coming� phrase from Game of Thrones to raise voter awareness on Twitter.

�The Election Commission using various memes from popular series and movies is really creative and young voters must get up and vote,� tweeted a user.

While political memes are comical or satirical representation of social issues, the app Dubsmash that was very popular in 2014-16 lets users choose audio recordings and record a video of themselves dubbing over that piece of audio. � IANS

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