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PM plays Santa Claus on Twitter...replies to well wishers who wished him on his birthday

New Delhi: After culminating his two-day Gujarat tour, during which he launched state government's ‘Swavalamban Abhiyan' and attended Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on September 17 turned 64, took to Twitter

India TV News Desk Updated on: September 20, 2014 14:28 IST
pm plays santa claus on twitter...replies to well wishers
pm plays santa claus on twitter...replies to well wishers who wished him on his birthday

New Delhi: After culminating his two-day Gujarat tour, during which he launched state government's ‘Swavalamban Abhiyan' and attended Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on September 17 turned 64, took to Twitter and thanked friends and well wishers who wished him on his birthday.

Around 10:45 pm, Twitter started witnessing increased activity on Narendra Modi's Twitter page. No, it wasn't his usual Tweets but it was the Prime Minister replying to people.

Modi, in a chat session which lasted for almost an hour, replied to as many as 50 well wishers on the micro-blogging site.

He also thanked Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and even re-tweeted his Tweet, something he did not do for anybody else thus showing their special friendship.

As soon as a couple of replies were out there was a beeline towards Twitter as enthusiastic fans started frantically Tweeting, those who got the replies were thrilled and those who were seeking a reply were waiting in anticipation.

One of them, who received the reply albeit a bit later commented that he is happy seeing others get the reply to which Prime Minister remarked- that is the spirit!

Another one, dismayed at not getting among the first replies asked whether Modi had ‘muted' him to which Modi instantly asked where is the question of muting him?

Another well wisher from Uttarakhand shared his daughter's poem for the Prime Minister, who thanked both the father and daughter for the good wishes.

A fan from Mumbai remarked that what can be better than the PM himself replying to greetings!

It was a mini-carnival out there. The mood on social media was wonderfully summed up by one of the Twitteratti, who remarked that even around midnight Narendra Modi can wake everyone up and energize them.

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