New Delhi: 

Rahul Gandhi and different opposition leaders as we speak congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for successful the “world well-known Kotler Presidential Award”. Maybe not fairly in the identical spirit as a number of BJP leaders and ministers have over the previous two days.

“I wish to congratulate our PM, on successful the world well-known “Kotler Presidential Award”! The truth is it is so well-known it has no jury, has by no means been given out earlier than and is backed by an extraordinary Aligarh firm,” the Congress president tweeted, tongue firmly in cheek.

RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav, additionally a pointy Modi critic, re-tweeted Rahul Gandhi along with his personal message showering PM Modi with “koti-koti badhai (congratulations)” for the “unparalleled, uncommon and wonderful” award.

Quickly it was Left chief Sitaram Yechury’s flip: “My private congratulations to Narendra Modi for successful the world’s ‘first-ever’ ‘very confidential award’. Nobody else may have received this award.”

A picture tweeted by many BJP leaders exhibits PM Modi receiving the “first-ever Philip Kotler Presidential award” from members of the World Advertising Summit India, which has been recognized to present awards for achievements in advertising and marketing and administration.

Smriti Irani, who was among the many first to congratulate the Prime Minister on receiving the award, hit again at Rahul Gandhi, saying: “Wealthy !!! Coming from an individual whose illustrious household determined to confer the ‘Bharat Ratna’ on themselves.”

In her congratulatory tweet on Monday, she had referred to as the award a matter of nice pleasure for India.

Different ministers described the award as a “proud day for all Indians” and an acknowledgement of excellent management.

The award is called after Philip Kotler, who based the World Advertising Summit Group.

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