Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned on Thursday that the nice experience Afghanistan’s ambassador to India Farid Mamundzay had with a doctor right here carries the “fragrance” of the ties between the two nations.
Modi tweeted in response to Mamundzay’s tweet in Hindi expressing gratefulness to Indian folks as he recounted his experience with an Indian doctor lately.
He mentioned the doctor refused to take any charge for treating him after coming to know that he was the Afghanistan’s ambassador to India.
“When I requested him the rationale he instructed me that there’s little or no he can do for Afghanistan. He mentioned he won’t cost his brother. I used to be at a loss of phrases to precise my gratefulness. This is India: Love, respect, values and compassion. Afghans cry rather less attributable to you, and smile a bit extra and really feel significantly better,” he tweeted.
As his tweet, posted on Wednesday, went viral, one Balkaur Singh Dhillon invited him to go to his village Haripura, to which the ambassador requested if he was talking of a village by this identify in Surat in Gujarat.
Dhillon mentioned the Haripura village he talked about was in Hanumangarh in Rajasthan close to the border with Punjab.
It was then that Prime Minister Modi responded, saying he ought to go to each villages by this identify and noting that the one in Gujarat is full of historical past.
The Gujarat village, it could be famous, had hosted a Congress session in pre-independent India in 1938 through which Subhas Chandra Bose was elected the occasion’s president.
Modi then added, “The experience with a doctor of my India that you’ve got shared carries the fragrance of the India-Afghanistan relations.”
Thanking Modi, Mamundzay mentioned good mates are like stars which one could not at all times see however is aware of that they’re round. This can also be the story of the relations between the two nations, he added.
“Thanks to the honourable prime minister for giving his time. It is one other instance of this previous and deep ties,” he tweeted, replying to Modi’s put up.