A Blood Appeal to Support for overall Victory of Barack Obama

A Blood Appeal to Support for overall Victory of Barack Obama

Democracy will be strengthen if Obama becomes US President –Dr. Mahesh Yadav

Bhopal (M.P.,INDIA): Peace activist & President of Rashtriya Janmat Party Dr. Mahesh Yadav has appealed to US citizen, by making own blood portrait of Barack Obama,to support the Obama for US Presidentship.On this ocassion he sketched the own blood sketched portraits of Father of World Peace Mahatma Gandhi & Abraham Lincoln at Bhopal here on today which is being posting to through US Embassy ,New Delhi . While addressing to Media & Public Dr.Yadav said it has been cleared that the possibility of becoming the US President of Obama is sure as the public of US has expressed its faith and support to Obama.
Dr. Yadav said that if Obama becomes the US President then there will be peace established and the entire world would get a dedicated Leader in developing the world towards welfare and Unity..
On this ocassion Dr. Man Mohan Kurapa , Uday Gare, Dr. Rajesh Sharma (Advocate) , Ram Swaroop Meena, Mrs. Aarti (Bajpai) Yadav ,Mr. Bairagi and other people were also expressed its blessing for victory of Obama.

www.prativad.com/videos/Blood-campainer-for-Barack-Obama.htm

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