Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of the many world leaders who use Twitter to make announcements and respond to queries, if needed. But a tweet requires careful go-through if you are a dignitary, and he seemed to overlook one of his tweets posted without proper inspection, leading to mockery.
A tweet from the Prime Minister of India (PMO) handle sharing the PM’s speech in the Upper House quoted a line from his speech, where he’d said, “Let us work together in providing the poor quality and affordable healthcare.”
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) February 7, 2018
Now, there’s nothing wrong with this sentiment, but the not-so-minor oversight of having missed a ‘with’ after ‘poor’, courtesy whoever was typing this tweet out (NOT Modi himself, but a member of his team), opened the floor for the ever-vigilant Netizens to school the PM on the necessity and importance of punctuation.
— Benlita Pinto (@BenlitaPinto) February 7, 2018
Sack whoever wrote this tweet for you! Loool. Poor quality and affordable healthcare!!!!! No PM in the world makes such promises in their manifesto!
— Abdurrahman Sufi (@sufi_1991) February 7, 2018
Not a single TV channel will highlight this tweet of our poor quality Prime Minster
— Harpreet (@Harpree56214289) February 11, 2018
Thanks for the true tweet…
— Gopinath (@gobinath88) February 10, 2018
What did I just read?? Poor quality and affordable healthcare??
— Sasikumar Sambandam (@sasi_sam) February 7, 2018
Providing poor quality healthcare: Truth cannot be hidden.
— Dr.SimanchallaRanjit (@dr_simanchalla) February 8, 2018