Modi haters and supporters on Twitter wait for his big events and speeches to either send him support tweets or tweet against him. But there are times when PM Narendra Modi doesn’t give anyone any chances to type even a typo against him. Haters are left speechless and all they can do is watch all the Modi supporters celebrate his powerful speeches and plans. A similar situation happened when PM Modi addressed a crowd of over 50000 Indians at the Dubai Cricket Stadium in UAE.
1. Yashwant Deshmukh tweeted in support of Modi!
This is what they call a jam packed stadium. No; its not India-Pakistan World Cup Final. It’s just #NamoInDubai. pic.twitter.com/qSvHz1zKaa
— Yashwant Deshmukh (@YRDeshmukh) August 17, 2015
2. Rahul Kanwal too tweeted
.@Saionton @PMOIndia you can hire a bus but you can’t force an educated NRI to give up work & listen to someone who doesn’t interest him — Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal) August 17, 2015
Money can help you hire a stadium. But money can’t inject enthusiasm in audience. Those who can’t see this are blinded by hate for @PMOIndia
— Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal) August 17, 2015
4. Yashwant addressed the people who thought packed stadium was a marketing gimmick.
30K already inside. Thousands still outside. Near stampede. Still a marketing gimmick? Give me a break. #NamoInDubai pic.twitter.com/faNAsxVx07 — Yashwant Deshmukh (@YRDeshmukh) August 17, 2015
5. Supporters went on and on about #ModiInDubai
What a speech !!! From FDI to terrorism to Naga accord.. Every neighbour gets a mention (except Ofcos Pak).. Take a bow PM Modi #ModiInDubai
— Sona (@sona2905) August 17, 2015
And when 50,000 ppl together say Bharat Mata Ki Jai on a foreign soil, every Indian back home feels proud.. That’s patriotism #ModiInDubai — Sona (@sona2905) August 17, 2015
While all the supporters rejoiced, haters went a head with trying to pin point faults and giving all that Modi said a political angle. 7. Sagarika Ghose can’t be behind in this.
.#ModiInDubai is great strategy, feel good, the right note before heading into Bihar polls. Politically astute, diplomatically imp — Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) August 17, 2015
8. Yashwant Deshmukh had to address this silly Modi hater.
This stadium is so full of Bihari voters. Never knew Bihari speak such fluent Malayalam. Eh?? Election strategy?? My foot. #NamoInDubai — Yashwant Deshmukh (@YRDeshmukh) August 17, 2015
Dear Sagarika. I am a nice guy. Never abused anyone. No friend has ever blocked me. Even @sardesairajdeep would vouch that. Why block me?? — Yashwant Deshmukh (@YRDeshmukh) August 17, 2015
10. Because Burkha Dutt did not have anything to say, she went ahead and retweeted tweets to showcase at least something on her Twitter timeline.
11. Official Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup too tweeted about PM Modi.
Ilā al-liqā UAE! PM @narendramodi departs from Dubai after a breakthrough visit to the United Arab Emirates pic.twitter.com/fJwnkNA70K
— Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) August 17, 2015
12. And finally, Sultan Al Qassemi from Emirates tweeted about PM Modi. Sultan Al Qassemi is considered an influential voice during the events of the ongoing Arab Spring.
Indian PM @narendramodi has as much charisma as I’ve ever seen in a world leader. He emphasises & stresses on words. He can work the crowd. — سلطان سعود القاسمي (@SultanAlQassemi) August 17, 2015
13. He went cherishing the powerful moment of Modi’s speech in Dubai.
What a crowd. The largest for a non-sport event in the UAE. Easily 40,000 people for @narendramodi. Pic via @MEAIndia pic.twitter.com/MnS6EOvyfp — سلطان سعود القاسمي (@SultanAlQassemi) August 17, 2015
All we have to say is haters gonna hate and lovers gonna love!