PM Narendra Modi's favourite word 'Mitron' makes it to Oxford dictionary. Here's what it means

PM Narendra Modi's pet word has made it to the Oxford dictionary. Here's what it is supposed to officially mean!

What is that one word you are pretty sure Prime Minister Narendra Modi will add in his speeches? What is that one word people associate people with our Prime Minister? The word is none other than “Mitroooooonnnnn”. PM Modi frequently used this word that basically means friends to address public rallies, live telecasts and election rallies making the word extremely popular among the masses. So popular that people would not really be surprised if the word was added in the Glossary.

Now, a development that may bring immense joy to people across the country including the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s absolute favourite word, “Mitron” has been added to the Oxford dictionary.

Yes, it has happened. After words like ‘drunk text’, ‘cat lady’, ‘Kodak moment’, ‘yas’, ‘squad goals’, PM Modi’s pet word, ‘Mitron’ has made it to the Oxford dictionary. It was only recently that ‘Mitron’ was added to the Urban dictionary.

Aaron Peckham’s Urban Dictionary, defines Mitron as:
1) A large group of unsuspecting people, about to be hit by something they will take a long time to recover from.
2. A precursor to bad news for large groups of people.

The word was so popular that pubs across the national capital and Bangalore waited for PM Modi to say “Mitron” on the new years eve. A particular pub in Delhi announced that they will offer beer or shots at Rs 31 every time the Prime Minister says, “Mitron” during his speech today. Sadly, to much of people’s disappointment, PM Modi did not mention “Mitron” even once. He’s the Prime Minister for a reason.

But now that “Mitron” is an official word feel free to use it while playing Scrabble or Ruzzle.  Just joking! Did you not see the date? It’s April 1, you guys! A day to spread practical jokes and meaningless hoaxes. So yes, this was a hoax too. ‘Mitron’ did make it to the Urban dictionary but it has not made it to the Oxford dictionary. So, if you’re reading this, you’ve just been fooled.