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RTI News-Prime Minsiter’s ‘fitness challenge’ video costs Zero Rupees in making

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In a reply to an RTI application, the Prime Minister’s Office has reportedly said that no expenditure was incurred for making the video.

‘No expenditure has been incurred on (the) filming of the video posted by Shri Narendra Modi. The video was filmed at the Prime Minister’s Residence. The videography was done by the PMO cameraman. Nothing has been procured for the video,’ the PMO said.

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The 'Fitness Challenge' was started by Rathore on Twitter as part of the 'Hum Fit Toh India Fit' campaign on May 22.While taking up star cricketer Virat Kohli's 'Fitness Challenge', the Prime Minister on June 13 shared a video of him performing yoga on Twitter.

Later, some reports said that Rs 35 lakh were spent on making the video.


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