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Shri Narendra Modi’s diplomatic efforts and statesmanship paid rich dividends when a Chinese court set free 13 Indian diamond traders who were languishing in Chinese prisons for 2 years. During his visit to China last month, Shri Modi strongly raised the issue of these prisoners and requested the Chinese authorities to quicken the judicial process with regard to 22 Indian prisoners.

The release has brought smiles on the faces of the families of the prisoners who had met Shri Modi before his visit and requested him to take up their cause.

Predictably, the cyber world erupted with joy on this feat as reactions poured in on Twitter. Here are some of them:

ভাৰতৰ অলিম্পিয়ানসকলক প্ৰেৰণা যোগাওঁক! #Cheers4India
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Prime Minister lauds Chandigarh-based food stall owner in his monthly 'Mann Ki Baat' address
July 25, 2021
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In his monthly radio address to the nation 'Mann Ki Baat', the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today lauded a Chandigarh-based food stall owner for his self-driven initiative in motivating others to get themselves vaccinated against COVID-19. During his address, the Prime Minister said that on suggestion of his daughter and niece, a food stall owner Sanjay Rana started feeding free chole bhature to those who had got the covid vaccine.

The owner sells chole bhature on a cycle in Sector-29, Chandigarh and to have this meal for free, one has to show that one has got the vaccine administered on the very day, said Prime Minister. He appreciated this effort and said that this act proves that for the welfare of the society, spirit of service and duty are required more than money.