Watch: ‘Captain’ in Chowta takes over as he wards off flowers with BJP wand


Team Udayavani, Apr 14, 2024, 9:17 PM IST

Mangaluru: BJP’s Dakshina Kannada candidate Brijesh Chowta revealed his Army side as he could be seen warding off flowers thrown at PM Narendra Modi during the roadshow held on April 14 in Mangaluru.

PM Modi embarked on his maiden roadshow in Mangaluru after offering floral tribute at Narayan Guru Circle. He is being accompanied by Chowta and Kota Srinivas Poojary as well as his  squad of Special Protection Group (SPG) commandos.

The campaign, ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, assumes significance as BJP would want to continue its dominance in Dakshina Kannada.

The road show culminated at Navbharat Circle. Thousands lined up the streets to have a glimpse of the Prime Minister.

For the unversed, Chowta served in the Indian Army for seven years, handling HR, security, operations, administration, and logistics. His tenure included service in the Infantry’s Gorkha Regiment with postings across the country.

In his social media bio, Capt. Brijesh Chowta describes himself as a “Soldier – Served in the Indian Army’s Gorkha Regiment, Entrepreneur, and Cultural and Political Activist”.

In the video, Chowta shows his quick reflexes as he energetically wards off the flower petals coming in Modi’s direction.

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