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PM Modi Responds To Kevin Pietersen’s Heart-Winning Tweet About India

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On Wednesday, former international cricketer Kevin Pietersen praised India’s “generosity and kindness” for sending COVID-19 vaccines to South Africa.

Kevin Pietersen, who was born in South Africa and moved to England later, is very active on social media. It happened when India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar took to his Twitter to announce that the vaccines have arrived in Johannesburg. He wrote:

“In it together. Made in India vaccines land in Johannesburg, South Africa. #VaccineMaitri”

KP took to his Twitter and expressed his sentiments after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar shared a picture of an aircraft that had landed with made-in-India vaccines in South Africa. KP wrote:

 “Indian generosity and kindness grows more and more every single day. The beloved country!”

Here, check out the Tweet:

In another tweet, KP said: “India has taught me so much and also given me so much, throughout my career. I’ve felt the love, passion, energy and hospitality that not many other countries can compare with. The world is seeing its care with the delivery of the vaccine to SA this week.”

The tweet soon went viral and was flooded with many amazing reactions from the Indian fans of Kevin. On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also noticed the tweet and came-up with an amazing reply to KP’s tweet.

In his reply, PM Modi asserted that India believes that the world is our family and it wants to play its role in strengthening the fight against the pandemic. PM Modi wrote:

“Glad to see your affection towards India. 🙂 We believe that the world is our family and want to play our role in strengthening the fight against COVID-19.”

Here, check out the tweet:

Meanwhile, for the unversed, according to the ‘Vaccine Maitri’ (vaccine friendship) initiative, team India will be delivering the COVID-19 vaccine to its neighbors. The country has already provided vaccines to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Seychelles, Algeria, and Mauritius.








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