Modi Got Inspired From This England Pacer ??

England pace bowler Jofra Archer once again stunned Internet with his old tweets. His old tweets being relatable to current happenings is not something new to the world. Now, his tweets are completely relatable to what is happening in country India. Few days ago, Prime minister Narendra Modi announced 21 days lockdown for the people of India to prevent the coronavirus from spreading. A tweet from Jofra Archer from 2017 saying “3 weeks at home isn’t enough” went viral at that time.

Twitter users from India couldn’t believe that their own eyes as the tweet is completely relevant to the current situation. Now, Narendra Modi has addressed the people of India through another announcement.

He urged the people of India to switch of their lights and hold candles, lamps and mobile flashlights at 9 pm on Sunday, 5th April, for 9 minutes in a nationwide show of solidarity, to fight the darkness of Coronavirus.

“On April 5, Sunday, at 9 pm, I want 9 minutes from all of you. Turn off all the lights in your homes, stand at your doors or balconies and light candles, lamps or mobile flashlights for 9 minutes” said PM Modi in a video message on 2nd April’s morning.

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“We must altogether, challenge the darkness spread by the coronavirus crisis, introducing it to the power of light. No one is alone during the lockdown, the collective super power of 130 crore people is with every citizen” he said in the video who also asked people not to violate the lockdown while following this.

“Please do not go on roads, lanes or your localities. Do it at your own home’s doorstep or balcony. One must never cross the boundary of social distancing. The only way to break the chain of social distancing is by maintaining social distancing” he said in his video message. “We must all go through this darkness together… those who are affected by this are the poor and marginalised. To overcome this darkness, we must all unite to spread the light… make this darkness of coronavirus meet the light we all spread” said the Prime minister.


Now, few of the old tweets of Jofra Archer connected to this announcement of Modi as well. Users of Twitter left stunned on seeing the recent trending old tweets of the 25 year old cricketer. ‘9 from 9’; ‘Tell her I be looking for her with a flash light’; ‘Light it up’; ‘Shudda turn off the light’. says the old tweets of the cricketer in a way following the orders of Narendra Modi.

Check out those tweets and the reactions it is receiving from the users of Twitter :


To our surprise, the “turn off the lights” tweet was posted by the cricketer just before the lockdown announcement. Check out some of the reactions he is receiving for his tweets :

One of a twitter user even said that Modi got inspiration from Jofra’s tweets in a humorous way :

Comment your views on these tweets of the cricketer !!


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