Cameron visits Neasden temple for the third time

Tuesday 05th May 2015 10:05 EDT

The British Prime Minister, speaking to a TV correspondent from an Indian media, addressed the Indian voters in Hindi saying, "Phir ek baar, Cameron Sarkar" (Literal translation: Once more, Cameron government). It was a take-off on the Indian PM Narendra Modi's successful poll mantra last year that went 'Abki baar, Modi Sarkar'. He also described Modi's 3D holograms used during the election campaign as "very impressive". The British PM's remarks came a day after the Conservative party, released a song in Hindi.

He went to the BAPS Shree Swaminarayan temple in Neasden on Saturday 2 May, making it his third visit to the premises. In an attempt to woo the British Asian voters, Mr Cameron spoke on various subjects, including the importance of the British Hindu values and his 2020 vision.

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