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Modi follows this Bengaluru man after he puts 'Swachh Bharat' logo on wedding card


Bengaluru: Akash Jain, a young Bengaluru-based entrepreneur was followed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter after he posted a wedding card of his sister with a Swachh Bharat logo on it.

Modi, who follows hardly 1,700 people across the world, followed Akash and retweeted on his post.

PM Modi follows Akash on Twitter

According to reports, on April 1, Akash took to his Twitter handle and posted his sister's wedding with Swachh Bharat logo on it and then tagged the prime minister in the post.

"Dear @narendramodi, My dad specifically wanted @swachhbharat logo to be there on my sister's wedding invitation, hence got it. @PMOIndia," he posted with a tweet.

Appreciating his effort, The post was retweeted by the many BJP leaders until it went into the eyes of Narendra Modi. Expressing his happiness on Modi being his follower, Akash said he is honoured to be followed by PM Modi and added that he never thought it would become a reality.

He said that all this was possible because of a positive initiative was taken by the family members to put the Swachh Bharat logo on the wedding card in support of PM Narendra Modi.

He also said that his father, Kantilal Jain has been supporting the Modi's initiative from so long and hence decided to do something, that can promote 'Clean India' drive.

One of the most followed people on Twitter follows me. Nothing can be bigger than this, he added. On October 2, 2014, on Mahatma Gandhi birth anniversary, Narendra Modi launched Swachh Bharat drive as an initiative to make 'Clean India'.

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