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Here’s what PM Modi said when a Twitter follower asked him to smile more

After winning the trust vote, PM Modi took to Twitter on Sunday interacting with followers and thanking them for their trust. And amid all praise, one follower had only a small complain -- the PM doesn't smile enough. Acknowledging the user's observation, he promised to do it more often.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 23, 2018 9:33:30 am
narendra modi, modi smile, modi twitter response, modi trust vote, modi no confidence motion, modi smile often tweet, indian express, india news, social media news PM Modi was interacting with followers on Twitter thanking them for their support after winning the no-confidence motion.

The marathon 12-hour no-confidence motion debate in the Parliament had the entire nation hooked. Narendra Modi-led NDA government secured a comfortable victory with 325 votes out of 451 votes. And after winning the trust vote, PM Modi took to Twitter on Sunday interacting with followers and thanking them for their trust. And amid all praise, one follower had only a small complain — the PM doesn’t smile enough. Acknowledging the user’s observation, he promised to do it more often.

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“Only one thing Modiji, u should smile more often!! Baaki sab mast hai,” one Twitter user commented on his speech given in the Lok Sabha during the debate. To which he replied, “Point taken. :)”.

In another response, he lauded a young girl who wrote an essay on Swachh Bharat that was shared online by her father. “Happy to read this. Please congratulate her on my behalf. Amazing to see such high levels of awareness and passion among our youngsters for Swachhata,” the PM wrote.

He also offered condolences to one man who recently lost his grandfather after he said how much the deceased “adored” him.

The sweet gesture was noticed by many on the micro-blogging site and won hearts.

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