Twitter: India Requests PM Modi to Nominate 83 Years Old Ratan Tata for Bharat Ratna Award

On Friday 5, 2021 The famous industrialist, Businessman Tycoon, and 83-years-old Chairman of Tata Group Mr. Ratan Tata has been trending on Twitter due to thousands of tweets. People demanding to PM of Inda that he nominate Mr. Ratan Tata for the Bharat Ratna Award, who is the most popular and loving personality of every Indian Citizen. It is not a doubtful thing that, He is the only personality among Indian Business Industrialists who take care of India and help the nation every time in every situation. The hashtag #BharatRatnaForRatanTata gets trending on Twitter. Here is the reason why all the Indian Citizens getting participated in this Campaign and who start it first.

Actually, The motivational speaker and founder of, Dr. Vivek Bindra who is a Youtuber as well, made a video on the biography of Mr. Ratan Tata. At the end of that video, after completing all the appreciable and thankful contributions by Mr. Ratan Tata. He requests his audience to support him and do a Tweet for Nominating Sir Ratan Tata for Bharat Ratna Award. Do you know? Ratan Tata has a tagline as Nation Before Business. Which represents his love for Nation.

Ratan Tata Bharat Ratna Award

Dr. Vivek Bindra pleases his audience to help him and do support and trend the hashtag #BharatRatnaForRatanTata to appeal to PM Modi to nominate Sir Ratan Tata who is the most Legend, Nation loving Successful Industrialist, and a Proud of India for the Bharat Ratna Award. Here are some of the Tweets in this direct appeal to PM Modi.






Sir Ratan Tata has more than 100 Businesses across the 100 above countries. He separately giving 4% of the total GDP of Inda. Mr. Ratan Tata has a huge number of trustworthy employees. You can read the biography of the most loyal industrialist of India who always walk with a tagline Nation Before Business.


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