Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned on Wednesday from his three-nation tour. During his trip, he visited Portugal, the United States of America and Netherlands. Marking the Indo-Dutch diplomatic relation, PM Modi tweeted enthusiastically in Dutch during his trip. His Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte, in the meantime, also tweeted in Hindi. But, it appears that the Dutch PM was using a flawed keyboard as the message was tweeted without a single space, making it quite humorous for folks.
Here’s what the Dutch Prime Minister tweeted in Hindi.
नीदरलैंड्समेंआपकास्वागतहै @narendramodi भारतऔरनेदेरलैंड्सके 70 सालकेद्विपक्षीयरिश्तेकेसाथमैहमारीबैठककेलिएबहुतउत्सुकहूं
— Minister-president (@MinPres) June 27, 2017
His roughly translated tweet reads, “welcome to the Netherlands Narendra Modi. Our bilateral relations go back 70 years and with that I am extremely excited about our meeting.”
Here is how people reacted to it:
— Super Commando Dhruv (@Eaglesiar) June 27, 2017
This is the guy who speaks MutualFundsAreSubjectToMarketRiskPleaseReadTheOfferDocumentsCarefully https://t.co/wZpp6jvLNx
— Mohit 🚢 (@sailorsmoon) June 27, 2017
इतना पास पास लिखने से उत्सुकता ज़्यादा दिखती है?
— प्रेरणा (@Iam_Prerna) June 27, 2017
— Advanced Maushi (@AdvancedMaushi) June 27, 2017
After this he corrected his tweet: