PM sends garland to student following request on Twitter

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 May 2018 12:11:13


DHANBAD (Jharkhand),

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi has sent a garland he had worn at a function as a gift to a research scholar of the IIT Indian School of Mines (ISM) here following the student’s request on Twitter.

Rabesh Kumar Singh has received from Modi a golden-coloured garland made of some grass the Prime Minister had worn at a programme in Mandla of Madhya Pradesh.
“I can’t describe it in words how much I am happy after getting the garland from the Prime Minister,” he said.
Singh said he was watching the Prime Minister’s speech in TV and noticed the garland around his neck.

Though he did not know what the garland was made of, he was attracted to it and had tweeted to Modi the next day if he can get it. “Respected Prime Minister sir. I was hearing your speech on occasion of Panchayati Raj Divas yesterday. I liked golden colour garland in your neck much.
Sir could I get it” Singh had tweeted to the prime minister on April 25, giving full address of his institution.

He said he was hoping against hope. But on May 1, he received a parcel by post and found that it was that garland.
In a letter sent along with the garland, the Prime Minister said, “I read your tweet. You liked the garland which was given to me at Mandla at the function of Panchayati Raj Divas. I am sending the garland as gift.”