Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 14, wished BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on the occasion of his birthday.
Modi sent a letter to Swamy which included a Sanskrit verse. The leader posted the letter on Twitter and wrote, "Nice of him to send a greeting with an appropriate saying in Sanskrit."
Check out the letter here:
PM Modi has wished the leader despite his ongoing spat with BJP's IT cell. Since the last few weeks, a tussle between BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and BJP IT cell has become more evident on social media.
Swamy has been complaining about BJP IT Cell and Malviya since last week. He claimed that the BJP IT Cell has gone rogue.
On September 8, Swamy tweeted an ultimatum to BJP president, invoking Lord Krishna in Mahabharat to convey a message to Nadda.
"By tomorrow If Malaviya is not removed from BJP IT cell (which is my five villages compromise proposal to Nadda) it means the party brass does not want to defend me. Since there is no forum in the party where I can ask for cadre opinion, hence I will have to defend myself," Swamy said on Wednesday.