But interestingly, something very curious happened.
Newly inducted Union Rail Minister Suresh Prabhu had tweeted saying that all the Railway people should come together and work towards realising the PM's dream.
Railways could be the engine of growth if driven properly. Now in the drivers seat. (1/2)— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) November 9, 2014
All those who work for the Railways must work towards realising Honourable PM's dream @narendramodi (2/2)— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) November 9, 2014
As per DNA report, To this MP CM Chouhan reacted and said on Twitter, "I like it you said hon'bl PM's dream not dream of Indians! He will definitely be pleased by your bhakti. U will go places!"
Though the tweet was deleted quickly, but not before many Twitter users saw it. Many took screenshots of the tweet and retweeted it later.
The tweet to Suresh Prabhu deleted by Chief Minister Chouhan. Too much honesty I suspect. 'Miscreants' blamed pic.twitter.com/dkjdLkshoN— Mihir Sharma (@mihirssharma) November 11, 2014
No official explanation has been given about the tweet yet.
Former Shiv Sena leader Suresh Prabhu on Sunday formally joined the BJP before being sworn in as Cabinet Minister in the first expansion of the Narendra Modi government.
Prabhu, who was Power Minister in the Atal Behari Vajpayee-led previous NDA government, received the party's primary membership in the morning and was welcomed by senior party leaders.
The 61-year-old banker-politician was a Shiv Sena leader and joined at a time when there is simmering tension between the Sena and the BJP amid talk that Uddhav Thackeray will pull his party out of the government at the Centre and play the role of opposition in Maharashtra.
Prabhu has been appointed as Modi's 'sherpa' to assist the Prime Minister at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane. During Vajpayee's tenure from 1998 to 2004, Prabhu was Industry Minister, Minister of Environment and Forests, Minister of Fertilizers.