Will smile more often, Narendra Modi assures admirers on Twitter

Responding to a Twitter tweet asking him to smile more often, Modi responded,  "Point taken" and put in a smiley in the post.

Published: 22nd July 2018 10:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd July 2018 10:52 AM   |  A+A-

PM Narendra Modi during the no-confidence debate | PTI

By UNI

NEW Delhi: Appearing to be in a relaxed mood on Sunday after an hectic week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured his admirers and followers on Twitter that he would smile "more often" and maintained that the blessings of 125 crore Indians give him "great strength".

Responding to a Twitter missive from one Mumbai-based Shilpi Agarwal: "Only one thing Modiji, you should smile more often. "Baaki sab mast hai" - Prime Minister responded saying - "Point taken" and put in a smiley in the post.

In response to another tweet, which applauds him for being "tireless even at 60-70" - Mr Modi wrote: "The blessings of 125 crore Indians give me great strength. All my time is for the nation".

Another message from Shobha Shetty with the hashtag "#IndiaTrustsModi" - congratulating him for his speech in Lok Sabha on Friday and for calling him "karma yogi" - Mr Modi wrote back: "Thank you for the kind words".

Mr Modi also wished birthday greetings to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar.

In his birthday wishes to Mr Ananth Kumar, Prime Minister wrote: "He (Mr Kumar) has been working towards reforming the chemicals and fertilisers department.

His administrative and legislative experience are an asset for us.

" Last few days have been quite active for the Prime Minister as he made a lengthy speech of over one-and-half an hour in Lok Sabha during the 12-hour-long marathon debate on the no-trust motion on Friday.

Mr Modi also addressed a rally at Shahjahanpur in UP on Saturday and joined his Sri Lankan counterpart Ranil Wickremesinghe to jointly inaugurate via video link the nationwide expansion of the National Emergency Ambulance Service in the island nation.

 

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