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'Grossly incorrect': Suresh Gopi after media buzz over his exit from Modi 3.0
Photo courtesy: Facebook/Suresh Gopi

'Grossly incorrect': Suresh Gopi after media buzz over his exit from Modi 3.0

| @indiablooms | 11 Jun 2024, 12:54 am

Thiruvananthapuram: Union Minister and actor-politician Suresh Gopi has refuted media reports speculating about his "exit" from the Narendra Modi-led government and called them "grossly incorrect".

In a Facebook post, Gopi said it is a matter of pride for him to be in the Council of Ministers of the Modi government and to represent the people of Kerala.

"A few media platforms are spreading the incorrect news that I am going to resign from the Council of Ministers of the Modi Government. This is grossly incorrect. It is a matter of pride for me to be in the Council of Ministers of the Modi Government and to represent the people of Kerala.
Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji, we are committed to the development and prosperity of Kerala," his post read.

His statement came after his remarks to the media on Sunday night, where he expressed hope that he would soon be relieved of his post so he could do more films, sparked speculation about his continued role in the Modi-led government.

Even though the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not managed to touch the magic figure of 272 mark on its own, it made inroads in the southern state of Kerala in this Lok Sabha elections.

National award-winning actor Suresh Gopi won the Thrissur Lok Sabha seat for the saffron party, ensuring its opening of account in Kerala.

Up against two strong candidates in the CPM's VS Sunilkumar and the Congress' K Muraleedharan, Gopi managed to win the seat by 74,686 seats.

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