Twitterati reacts after finding a grammatical mistake in PMO’s tweet

Twitterati reacts after finding a grammatical mistake in PMO’s tweet

New Delhi: Twitterati reacted after finding a grammatical mistake in the tweet of Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

On Wednesday, PMO shared a video of PM Narendra Modi’s speech at Rajya Sabha and wrote, “Let us work together in providing the poor quality and affordable healthcare: PM”.

According to the report published in Times Now, netizen reacted after noticing a missing ‘with’ after the word ‘poor’. This small error changed the meaning of the sentence.

Here is how twitterati reacted.

It may be mentioned that earlier, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced two new measures under the government’s Ayushman Bharat scheme, which are expected to take healthcare to greater heights.

The two measures are as below:

1. Rs 1,200 crores will be allocated towards setting up health and wellness centers in India, which will provide comprehensive healthcare, maternal and child care, free drugs and diagnostics to the poor. The government has also invited private sector contribution towards the same.

2. In a bid to increase the insurance cover for the poor, the government, under the flagship National Health Protection Scheme announced that a sum of upto Rs 5,00,000 will be provided to 10 crore poor families in India per year, which is expected to reach around 50 crore beneficiaries, and will be used for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation.