New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday evening tweeted to Afghanistan’s ambassador to India, Fareed Mamundzai, asking him to visit a village in Rajasthan and Gujarat. After this tweet of the PM, everyone started trying to know why the Prime Minister said this to the Afghan ambassador. In fact, on the occasion of National Doctors Day, when there was a discussion about the Indian doctor, PM Modi also took part in this discussion. Let’s know this whole incident.
Afghan ambassador tweeted
Afghanistan’s ambassador to India, Farid Mamundzai, shared an anecdote on Twitter on Wednesday. He told that when he had gone to a doctor for treatment a few days ago, when the doctor came to know that he was the Ambassador of Afghanistan to India, he refused to take the fee. When he asked the reason for this, the doctor said that he cannot take money from a brother. On this, Farid expressed his gratitude for the love and respect of India.
Few days back I went to a doctor for treatment.
Upon learning that I am the Afghan Ambassador to India, the doctor refused to accept any payment for my treatment.
When I asked the reason I was told that I can do very little for Afghanistan and that is 1/2
— Farid Mamundzay Farid Mamundzai رید ماموندزی (@FMamundzay) June 30, 2021
A Twitter user called her Haripura
After this tweet by Fareed Mamundzai, a Twitter user named Balkaur Singh Dhillon invited him to come to his village Haripura. On this Mamundzai asked him that Haripura village of Surat, Gujarat? On this, Balkaur said that his village Haripura is in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan. After this Mamundzai said that Rajasthan has a long history with Afghanistan and he will definitely visit Haripura one day. He said that he wants to visit many parts of India once the situation returns to normal.
Sir ever come Haripura my village.
— (@BalkaurDhillon) June 30, 2021
Then Modi tweeted
This anecdote of the Ambassador of Afghanistan started going viral on Twitter. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi quoted Mamundzai’s tweet and wrote, “You also go to Haripura in Balkaur Dhillon and Haripura in Gujarat. They also have history in themselves. Your experience with my doctor of India. What has been shared is a fragrance of the fragrance of India-Afghanistan relations.
You @BalkaurDhillon Let’s also go to Haripura and also go to Haripura of Gujarat, that too has history in itself. The experience you have shared with one of my doctors from India is a fragrance of India-Afghanistan relations. https://t.co/gnoWKI5iOh
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 1, 2021
Balkaur expressed his gratitude to the PM
After the Prime Minister’s tweet, Balkaur thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter. He tweeted, “Many thanks to PM @narendramodi ji for the honor you have given by taking the name of farmer’s son and my village Haripura.”
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