New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijay Singh wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi on birthday. In a tweet made on September 17, Digvijay Singh wrote on the birthday of Mr. Modi the Congress leader wrote on Twitter “My best wishes to Modi ji on his birthday. May Almighty give him wisdom to admit his mistakes and correct them.” He further tweeted tweeted another. In it he wrote “A word of advice to Modiji
"It takes guts and humility to admit mistakes. Admitting "we are wrong is courage, not weakness”.
People did not like the advice given by Digvijay Singh to Modi. People replied him Singh back. Many people said that Digvijay needed not to advice of Modi, but to advice Congress and his vice president Rahul Gandhi. Many people said that when congratulating the birthday, Digvijay Singh should not have played politics. Earlier, Digvijay Singh posted a photo of PM Modi. There was a lot of noise on that photo. In the picture, some obscene words were written over Modi's picture. The BJP objected to him. Digvijay Singh was also surrounded by people on social media.
PM Modi has become 67 years old. This birthday of Modi celebrated in Gujarat. First of all he came to seek his mother's blessings. After that he inaugurated the Sardar Sarovar Dam. He is also going to participate in some other functions of Gujarat.
My best wishes to Modi ji on his birthday. May Almighty give him wisdom to admit his mistakes and correct them.— digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) September 17, 2017
A word of advice to Modiji— digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) September 17, 2017
"It takes guts and humility to admit mistakes. Admitting "we are wrong is courage, not weakness."
-Roy T Bennet
People responded to Digvijay singh for this sense less congratulation for the PM
पूरे भारत के लोगों के आशीर्वाद और शुभकामनाओं को बुरी नजर से बचाने के लिये अपनी काली जबान से तुमने जो काला टीका लगाया,उसके लिये धन्यवाद— kilvis (@princekilvis) September 17, 2017
Chacha...Do u still think modiji need ur advice?? 😂😂 Aapki advice to Rahul Gandhi bhi nahi manta, to fir....... 😂😂😂😂https://t.co/dG2UFXwt0k— Rahul Bhagwat (@rahulbhagwat28) September 17, 2017
Greeting with bitterness is worst than simply saying-Hapy Birth Day !It's because of people like you we have developed distaste for congress— Dr Narain Rupani (@DrRupani) September 17, 2017
Such a cheap tweet. You are supposed to wish on one's birthday not be sarcastic— Karthik (@tallboykarthik) September 17, 2017
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