PM Modi delivered a power-packed speech in the parliament yesterday and social media users couldn’t help but discuss it on various platforms.
He directly attacked the Congress in his speech, which further gave rise to many controversies. The PM blamed Congress for coming in way of his government policies and also took several digs at them.
We just didn’t feel like leaving our Television sets, thanks to his engaging tone and content.
Yesterday, it was PM’s speech which was ruling Twitter, but today, it’s his grammar mistake that is trending. Today, the PMO handle tweeted about providing quality and affordable healthcare to the poor but one comma ruined it all.
Due to the absence of just 1 comma, the whole meaning of the sentence got changed. It should have been “Let us work together in providing the poor, quality and affordable healthcare”
However, since there was no comma after poor, it was read as “Poor quality healthcare”. As soon as this tweet came to the notice of people, they brutally trolled him and started grammar lessons.
Check out few tweets…
Not at all surprising!
— Benlita Pinto (@BenlitaPinto) February 7, 2018
Poor quality is guaranteed!
Poor quality is guaranteed then….😂😂😂😂😂
— Jyothi (@MrsNair47) February 8, 2018
It’s already reflecting in our day to day life
— Arjun Bengaluru (@arjundsage) February 8, 2018
Let us vote!
Sack whoever tweeted this!
Sack whoever wrote this tweet for you! Loool. Poor quality and affordable healthcare!!!!! No PM in the world makes such promises in their manifesto!
— Abdurrahman Sufi (@sufi_1991) February 7, 2018
What did I just read?
What did I just read?? Poor quality and affordable healthcare??
— Sasikumar Sambandam (@sasi_sam) February 7, 2018
Bhai poor ke baad comma lagana tha
Abhi tho isse aapki party ka kaam maloom hota hain
— Megh (@Megh1729) February 7, 2018
Send him back!
now send him back to school
— Keza (@drkeza) February 8, 2018
"POOR QUALITY and affordable healthcare" 😂
India never had such an honest PM, accepting the truth and clarifying his intentions with no hesitation at all 😂😜
— pawel parashar (@pawelparashar) February 8, 2018
Guess, they will have to delete the tweet because the trolling is too much.