Dhanbad: When an engineering student wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media asking for a similar gold garland that he wore during a rally in Madhya Pradesh, his wish was granted within a few days. In fact, he also got a letter from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) which said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sending him the same garland.
Rabesh Kumar Singh, a mechanical engineering student of Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad, had asked the Prime Minister for the garland on Twitter, which he wore during a public rally in Madhya Pradesh last month.
प्रधानमंत्री @narendramodi जी नमस्ते— Rabesh Kumar Singh (@RabeshKumar) April 24, 2018
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"I was listening to you on Panchayati Raj Day; you gave a very nice speech. I liked the gold-coloured garland you were wearing. Can I get the same?" Rabesh Kumar Singh asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a tweet.
The next day, the Prime Minister sent the same garland to the student along with a letter which read, "I read your message on Twitter where you expressed your liking for the garland I wore at Mandla on Panchayati Raj Diwas. I am sending you a letter along with the garland as a gift. I wish you all the best for the future."
After receiving the gift, Rabesh Kumar Singh expressed his gratitude and tweeted, "I am honoured after receiving the gift and letter from you. Thank you very much for this beautiful gift and good luck message."