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New health minister Mansukh Mandaviya trolled because of English

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Ground Report | New Delhi: New health minister; On Wednesday, senior ministers like Ravi Shankar Prasad, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, and Prakash Javadekar resigned from the Narendra Modi cabinet. On the other hand, relatively young people like Jyotiraditya Scindia and Anurag Thakur were inducted as cabinet ministers.

The expansion of the Modi cabinet was anticipated but the people who were dropped were unexpected. Prime Minister Modi’s decision to expand the cabinet and resign from many senior ministers is being seen from different angles.

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee called Dr. Harsh Vardhan as Swasthyavardhan, but he was stopped in the second term of PM Modi. He has been replaced by Mansukh Mandaviya of PM Modi’s home state Gujarat. Mansukh Mandaviya has been appointed as the new Minister of Health and Family Welfare of India.

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New health minister trolled because of English

49-year-old Mandaviya is a Rajya Sabha MP from Gujarat. As soon as Mandaviya became the health minister, searches started on Google for his family, constituency, education, and resume. Some dead bodies were also uprooted and people started making fun of English in the old tweet.

Some old tweets of Mandaviya started going viral on social media.

A Twitter user named Shivangi Tomar shared some of his old tweets, took a jibe, and wrote, “He is our new health minister!” In these tweets, Mandaviya spelled independence and try incorrectly.

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A Twitter user named Naveen wrote I am just thinking about the fate of our country. “I miss the days of Go Corona Go and playing plates.”

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Mohammad Nizamuddin tweeted, “God save this country!”

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