Shashi Tharoor, the Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, is undoubtedly one of the most educated politicians of the present times. Moreover, his proficiency in English Language has made him the sweet heart of the Indian Twitterati as because of him, many social media users have enhanced their English vocabulary.

It may sound very difficult to believe but Shashi Tharoor also makes mistakes while writing in English and when he made errors recently, he was schooled by a minister of the ruling party. Well, the errors that were made by Shashi Tharoor were typos but still it was something which his followers were not able to digest.

Couple of days back, Shashi Tharoor made a tweet regarding the Union Budget 2022-23 which was presented by the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on February 1, 2022. In his tweet, Shashi Tharoor posted an image and also tagged Ramdas Athawale because as per Tharoor, Athawale was giving stunned and incredulous expressions after hearing the claims made by Nirmala Sitharaman related to economy and her budget.

Shashi Tharoor’s tweet read, “Nearly two-hour rely to the Bydget debate. The stunned & incredulous expression on Minister @RamdasAthawale’s face says it all: even the Treasury benches can’t believe FinMin @nsitharaman’s claims about the economy & her Budget!”

The two mistakes that Shashi Tharoor made in his tweet were – reply (rely) and budget (Bydget).

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Ramdas Athawale corrected Tharoor as he tweeted, “Dear Shashi Tharoor ji, they say one is bound to make mistakes while making unnecessary claims and statements. It’s not “Bydget” but BUDGET. Also, not rely but “reply”! Well, we understand!”

Shashi Tharoor was also quick to respond and he wrote, “I stand corrected, Ramdas ji. Careless typing is a bigger sin than bad English! But while you’re on a roll, there’s someone at JNU who could benefit from your tuition…..”

After correcting Shashi Tharoor on Twitter, Ramdas Athawale also made a funny statement during a press conference in Nagpur as he said, “Jinki English maine dekhi Twitter pe, unka naam hain Shashi. Aur unka bayaan dekh kar, mujhe aati hai hansee”. (The person whose English I saw on Twitter is Shashi and his statement makes me laugh).

What made it funnier was the serious expressions that Ramdas Athawale had on his face while speaking.

Here is the video:

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Well, there are times when even the experts fumble. What do you say?

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