Bharata Ratna for Ratan Tata Trends on Twitter, here is his response

Bharata Ratna for Ratan Tata Trends on Twitter, here is his response

Ratan Tata, the legendary Indian businessman and chairman of Tata Trusts, requested people to end demanding “Bharat Ratna” and said he is happy to contribute to India’s growth.

“While I appreciate the sentiments expressed by a section of the social media in terms of an award, I would humbly like to request that such campaigns be discontinued,” he said in a statement released on the Twitter timeline on February 6, 2021.

While I appreciate the sentiments expressed by a section of the social media in terms of an award, I would humbly like to request that such campaigns be discontinued.

Instead, I consider myself fortunate to be an Indian and to try and contribute to India’s growth and prosperity

Originally tweeted by Ratan N. Tata (@RNTata2000) on February 6, 2021.

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“Instead, I consider myself fortunate to be an Indian and to try and contribute to India’s growth and prosperity,” said Ratan Tata, registering his response to the ongoing social media campaign demanding the highest civilian honor for him.

The 83-year old Ratan Tata graduated from Harvard Business School and took Tata Industries to the new heights of success.

Many social users are demanding the government to honor him with the Bharat Ratna.

“Patriot Sir #RatanTata taught us about the virtue of kindness and generosity. For entire life he continues to build India great by charity and empathy. I request @PMOIndia to honour this Great Man with Highest Civilian Award,” said one such Twitter user.

“SIR RATAN TATA should get BHARAT RATNA from Prime Minister of India.” The hashtag #BharatRatnaForRatanTata started trending on Twitter after motivational speaker Dr Vivek Bindra appealed, “Ratan Tata believes today’s generation of entrepreneurs can take India to next level. We confer the country’s highest civilian award Bharat Ratna for Ratan Tata. Join us in our campaign #BharatRatnaForRatanTata,” another users wrote on his twitter timeline.

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