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Sachin Tendulkar acknowledges PM Modi’s praise for Arjun Tendulkar

Arjun had actively participated in the Clean India initiative.

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Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and the Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, recently exchanged pleasantries on the social media site Twitter. Both men acknowledged each other’s words and were involved in a healthy conversation. It all started with Tendulkar posting a tweet about the ‘Swach Bharat Abhiyan’ – an initiative of PMO India to clean the country.

In the post, he shared a video wherein he spoke on the importance of cleaning up the country. Sachin also requested his followers and fans to do their bit in the initiative. He asked his fans to call out their friends and get to the drawing board for the noble cause. Also, Sachin’s son Arjun Tendulkar actively participated in the venture by taking up to the cleaning mission.

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“We each have to do our bit to keep #IndiaClean. So, pick a group of friends, a street, and together let’s #CleanUp India. #SwachhataHiSeva,” Sachin Tendulkar had tweeted.

Modi appreciates Arjun’s participation

 

The hashtag, “SwachhataHSeva”, has been one of the trending ones in this mission. Modi acknowledged the work done by Arjun Tendulkar. Modi tweeted back to Sachin acknowledging the fact that youngsters like Arjun are actively participating in the mission.

“Happy to see wide scale participation by youngsters, including Arjun in #SwachhataHiSeva. Our Yuva Shakti will make a Swachh Bharat,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi had responded to Sachin’s tweet.

Sachin Tendulkar, in his reply, thanked Modi back on behalf of Arjun. He mentioned, “Thank you. Sir! Happy I could do my bit.” Sachin further added in his tweet that he is sure about the youngsters looking forward to a bold new India.

“Thank you, Sir! Happy I could do my bit.” Passing on a message from Arjun. I’m sure he & our nation’s youth are ready for a bold new India,” tweeted the legendary cricketer.

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