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Modi to Trump: India has the resources to fight terrorism, need U.S help to stop Dhinchak Pooja songs

27, Jun 2017 By Santosh Pradhan

At their first ever meeting today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump struck a common note on terrorism, saying eliminating it is among the top-most priorities for the two nations. But Modi also asked for U.S help in a matter which is going out of control for India, yes, the Dhinchak Pooja songs.


PM Modi said “We talked about terrorism, extremism and radicalisation and agreed to cooperate on this. But I reminded Trump of a major issue faced by India back home and that is the rise of Dhinchak Pooja, her songs have brought down the levels of productivity in our nation and if she keeps on releasing songs, it will be tough for India to stop her all alone, we need U.S support to deal with Dhinchak Pooja.”

PM Modi took this major step after many U.S CEOs complained him of made in India products like ‘Dinchak Pooja songs’. Modi has assured that his government is trying hard to stop her release any songs and requires digital help from the U.S government to stop the reach of those songs among the Indians. Trump, although not sure about ways to tackle Dhinchak Pooja, did assure PM Modi that if fought together, they can triumph over Dhinchak Pooja.

In a message that she gave in place of an interview, Dhinchak Pooja spoke about how she has been interested in music since she was a child, and that it was a friend who happened to read the lyrics she had once penned down who motivated her to start a YouTube channel. Pooja also said that she is not unaware about the funny nature of her songs. “This is the reason it is tough to stop her, as she is not aware about the deadliness of her own songs,” said a Modi government official.