If you have been on Twitter today, you would have noticed that #ThankYouPM is trending with regards to all that the India is doing to aid the victims of the horrendous earthquake in Nepal. Within hours, help was sent to the victims and a lot of people were responsible for the same. People rightfully tweeted that
#ThankYouIndianArmy should be talked about and not just the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Here’s what was tweeted from Modi’s official account regarding the trending hashtag –
To all those saying #ThankYouPM– appreciate the sentiment…real thanks should be to our great culture, which teaches us ‘Seva Parmo Dharma’.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 27, 2015
Later on Modi appreciated media for their good work –
Mention must be made of the media. They are bravely covering the disaster from the ground. Thanks! — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 27, 2015
Now Rajdeep Sardesai being a journalist, was obviously flattered by this tweet and here’s what he replied –
@narendramodi and @PMOIndia deserve A plus for speed of response to quake. Which is why we should say #ThankYouPM
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) April 27, 2015
In case you’re as confused as I am, here’s what he tweeted just a few minutes before the one mentioned above –
Why is the top trend #ThankYouPM ? This story is first about Nepal and it’s grieving people, isn’t it? #NepalQuake — Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) April 27, 2015
What’s with the dual opinions? It wouldn’t be really hard to figure out the reason behind Rajdeep’s displeasure regarding the trend.
From his tweets, Modi can clearly be seen giving due credits to everyone regarding the aid and help given to victims of Nepal.
Now we’re not saying that it’s not possible to be confused about things, but taking a U-turn so quick is not something an ‘intellectual’ like Rajdeep would want to do! Here’s how people on Twitter made fun of his multiple opinions!
@sardesairajdeep need some burnol??
— Abhilash (@yourstrulyAbhi) April 27, 2015
@sardesairajdeep No wonder the top trend few days back was #presstitutes. Learn to give credit where’s due.
— Shrinidhi (@Shrinidhi_K) April 27, 2015
@sardesairajdeep just to irritate you .see it works ha ha
— vinay dubey (@rdvinay01) April 27, 2015
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