Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s participation on social messaging site has been appreciated twitteratis.
Modi in his tweet wished happy birthday to Ghani saying, “Praying for your long life & exceptional health and a joyful journey ahead”.
Ghani, whose birthday is on 19 May, was quick to correct Modi.
Many however pointed out that Google could be blamed for the PM’s faux pas, as on the search website, President Ghani’s birthday is shown to be February 12.
“Greetings from Munich Mr. PM”.
Of course, with a mistake involving politicians as powerful as the Indian PM and the Afghan President, Twitter users had a field day, with one humorously stating that the mistake was arguably “the biggest worldwide joke from someone occupying the biggest chair in the world’s biggest democracy”.
Another, Richard Rego, said it was “the biggest global joke from someone occupying the biggest chair in the biggest democracy”.