Digvijaya Singh Tries To ‘Advice’ PM Modi On Latter’s Birthday, But Gets Advises From Twitterati

4:53 pm 17 Sep, 2017


Today, September 17, is the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As he turned 67 today, congratulations poured in for him on Twitter. Everyone from leaders of his own party to celebrities wished him and expressed hope that India will touch the skies of greatness under his leadership.


PM Modi at Amreli, Gujarat where he addressed the Sahakar Sammelan. PIB/Twitter

Even members of rival parties courteously wished the Prime Minister.



But Congress leader Digvijaya Singh is a class apart. Singh wished the PM on the latter’s birthday, but did that with “a word of advice” for the PM.

Digvijaya was quoting author of ‘A Light in The Heart’ Roy T. Bennett. (And, yes, he spelt Bennett with one less ‘t’.)

It appears, as is obvious from the responses to the Congress leader’s tweets, that the people did not like the ‘advice’ he gave.


There were more from people:

It should be remembered that Singh had previously posted a derogatory meme of the Prime Minister. He was called out for the tweet but instead of apologizing, Singh defended his act by claiming that he “does not endorse” it.

But while leaders like Singh are busy tweeting whatever comes to their minds and getting called out for the lack of logic in them, the PM is busy doing what a PM should do – work for the betterment of the nation.