PM Modi's speeches in Parliament witnessed a lot of ruckus in the political arena in past few days. Modi grabbed the attention of his countrymen by taking rousing digs at Congress and its policies.
While he was praising his government's actions, a basic typo in a tweet by PMO changed the entire meaning and purpose of his policies.
A tweet from the official PMO handle (run by the office and not Modi himself), quoted a line from his speech,
I am sure you must have missed what Twitter didn't.
It noticed the missing comma in the tweet and decided to give Modi some grammar lessons.
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
Bjp needs school it is very urgent— mega force (@megaforcekv) February 8, 2018
Missing comma is a big deal.
A missing coma can send one in coma— DoubleTrouble (@utterlybutterly) February 8, 2018
A serious policy statement became just a matter of fun.
Lets work together in providing the poor quality healthcare.*It is already there, you don't need to work* https://t.co/lQAf1FOtxa— Junny. (@Junnyslife047) February 8, 2018
Was the truth revealed unknowingly?
Telling the truth..??— ImHuman (@Humanbie) February 8, 2018
Finally you hv garnered courage to speak truth.... thanks for acknowledging that under your regime even health care is of poor quality 👍😂— Arjun Bengaluru (@arjundsage) February 8, 2018
Poor quality is guaranteed then....😂😂😂😂😂— Jyothi Nair (@Clearbluesky47) February 8, 2018
Let us pledge together that in future we never vote for BJP bcg @PMOIndia clarify that he is here for providing the poor quality of healthcare.— बाल नरेंद्र (@teaseller420) 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
This is what happens when you commit a simple grammatical error and people are free to make their own interpretations.