Sunday, January 20, 2013

Nepal’s PM Dr. Baburam Bhattarai @brb_laaldhwoj Joins Twitter

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Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattrai joined, a popular micro blogging site Twitter as @brb_laaldhwoj on Sunday (20th Jan 2013). PM’s personal secretary Bishwadeep Pandey wrote on Facebook this afternoon.

baburam-bhattarai-on-twitterIn his first Tweet PM Bhattarai asked youth to remain optimistic about the country. He tweeted “My fellow countrymen, specially young friends, let's remain optimistic about our great country! We must turn challenges into opportunities”.

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It’s great to see Prime Minister on popular microblog since it’s a great tool to communicate with people, but I’m not sure how he is going to use it.

Currently he follows 30 people and has 450+ followers (with in 2 hrs).

7 comments :

  1. Lava Kafle admires @aakarpost for revealing this fact, u rock aakar anil my friend
    we respect @brb_laaldhwoj for being first nepali prime minister to dare come to twitter. @baracobama @michelleobama did many years back, nepalese government lagging everywhere , always behind, lack of awareness but its great news

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  2. Just creating an account is not going to do any impressive

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  3. Dear Mr Bhattrai ........... Keep Up Your Spirit......... Destiny Is No Matter Of Chance, It Is A Matter Of Choice, It Is Not A Thing To Be Waited For, It Is A Thing To Be Achieved.

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  4. Just realized, brb = be right back :)

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  5. Mantri jiu nepalko simana bare kina tapaiko chaso xina nepalko simana tapaile katima india lai bechnu vo kina tapai chup hunuhunxa budha ko janma k india ma vayako ho hamilai tapai chaiyako hoina hamlai nepal ra nepalko sabidhan dinuhos aru kehi chaidaina

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  6. Hon'ble Prime Minister Bhattari ji,
    I personally appreciate all of your thought and action. Some major changes have been possible in your primeministership.
    While respecting your position as prime minister of Nepal, I have some reason to be proud of you as nepal's PM who dared to drive the country into new direction. In some way, your efforts are successful, but not it is still uncomplete.
    I am being a development consultant, I have vision to make the country richer by selecting projects and programs. I cann't do it by myself as resources are needed to complete tjis challenging tasks.
    I finally request you to give me a chance to be your personal advisor for massive economic growth at grass-root level.
    Please drop your few lines that can change the nation and my life as well.
    Regards,
    Shambhu Kumar Thapa Chhetry

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