Accentuating its efforts to appeal to the 1.6 million strong British-Indian population in the UK the Conservative party has launched an election campaign theme song in Hindi. The song is titled as “Theresa Ke Saath” aimed at appealing to the Indian-origin voters in the UK for the June 8 Parliamentary elections, as quoted by the Times of India.
It appeals to the Indian-origin voters in the UK to support Theresa May as the UK Prime Minister for the forthcoming period of five years. It has been produced by Ranjit S Baxi the UK-based Indian businessman and Co-Chair of the Conservative Friends of India.
A statement from the team that has produced the song said that the song in Hindi has been composed specifically to appeal and connect with the 1.6 million British-Indian community in the UK and garner their support for the June 8 General Elections. The Indian-origin voters have been appealed to support Theresa May who will offer stable and strong leadership to the UK and enhance the growth of the nation’s economy, added the statement.
The statement further elaborated that every single vote for Theresa May is crucial as it will accentuate the growth of the UK and enhanced benefits for all the communities in the nation. The UK as a nation has to strive for the prosperity of all its residents. Theresa May intends to work on a strengthened trade and investment relations with India and actively engage with the Indian-origin community in the UK, elaborates the statement.
The song has been made available on YouTube channels and appeals to the voters to support Theresa May for the pride of the UK.
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