"We will give a kilo of fresh fish free of cost to the public on May 26 as part of celebrations to mark our leader Modi assuming the office of the Prime Minister," S Satish Kumar, state president of BJP's fishermen wing, said.

Fish varieties to be distributed include popular ones like 'Sankara' and 'Kola' and would be given to 200 persons, he added.

Using a collective term "NaMo fish" to denote several varieties, the BJP leader said each beneficiary would be given one popular variety.
During the Lok Sabha polls campaign, apart from the popular 'Namo tea stalls', the Tamil Nnadu BJP held a novel election drive -'NaMo' mobile fish stalls-- to reach out to the electorate.

These stalls were set up in cargo vans through which the BJP campaigned that the 'inaction' of the UPA regime had resulted in no safety for fishermen of Tamil Nadu, with frequent attacks and arrests by the Sri Lankan Navy.
The BJP had also promised a separate ministry for the welfare of fishermen and all issues affecting them during electioneering.


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