The announcement made by President Kovind is getting viral! Do you know what he said to 1.3 billion Indians?

The 14th President of India, Sri Ram Nath Kovind has won our hearts yet again. Till date, the Rashtrapati Bhavan was considered as a place only for VVIP politicians and their families. But President Kovind has surprised everyone by saying that his official bungalow belongs to every Indian.

“The next time you are in Delhi, I invite you to visit Rashtrapati Bhavan. It belongs to Indians all over the world.” This was the tweet made by President Kovind on 4th October.

Initially, people couldn’t believe this but later on when it git confirmed, everyone praised President Kovind. This tweet was shared 3000 times and nearly 10,000 people liked it on twitter.

When BJP had confirmed its President candidate as Kovind, the opposition had made shallow remarks saying none knew about him. Few even said that he is too old to be elected as a President. But political analysts had advised not to question Mr Kovind’s calibre as he had successfully handled all his previous responsibilities. And now this tweet is winning the heart of everyone. Indians never had imagined their dream of attending Rashtrapati Bhavan would be a reality.

It should also be remembered that Indians are getting a BJP backed candidate as the President of India for the first time in the history of India.

After the NDA had announced their presidential candidate, Sonia Singh of NDTV made a irresponsible comment against Ramnath Kovind saying he is unknown to the world and tried to influence people that he was bad choice. Even Mamata Banerjee had done the same mistake of insulting this great personality. But by now they might have understood who is President Kovind.

Just a month before becoming India’s President, Mr Kovind was denied entry into Mashobra’s Retreat Building which is a part of the Presidential estate which is almost 15 km away from Shimla. But now he is the custodian of this luxurious presidential summer retreat.

Hansika Raj


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