Modi in his tweet wished happy birthday to Ghani saying, “Praying for your long life & exceptional health and a joyful journey ahead.”
Ghani, on the other hand, rectified the Indian premier that his birthday is on May 19. He, however, thanked Modi for his ‘gracious words’.
@narendramodi Greetings from Munich Mr. PM. Although, my Birthday is on 19th May, but I’d still like to thank you for your gracious words 🙂
— Ashraf Ghani (@ashrafghani) February 12, 2016
The episode followed Modi-trolling on Twitter.