A tweet that has won many a heart on the micro-blogging site, Twitter. The Nagpur Police on Monday addressed a tweet to Chandrayaan-2 lander "Vikram", pleading it to respond, days after it lost communication with ground stations moments before India was going to script history.
In its heart-warming tweet, the Nagpur police said: "Dear Vikram, Please respond."
"We are not going to challan you for breaking the signals!#VikramLanderFound#ISROSpotsVikram @isro#NagpurPolice"
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Within minutes, people started reacting to the Nagpur Police's tweet, which had already garnered over 7,500 likes and close to 2,400 retweets. Here's what people said:
Nagpur Police!!— Mallika Kaleem (@MallikaKaleem) September 9, 2019
Yes, indeed , Hopes of 133 crore Indians attached to #Vikram . It's truly an exception!
And YOUR tweet is EXCEPTIONAL!
That's a real sweet one. Vikram you can't break so many hearts, you would not even know how many shed tears for you. #vikramwakeupdude— ðÂÂÂÂ®ðÂÂÂÂ³Ashima K SinghðÂÂÂÂÂÂ (@ashimatalks) September 9, 2019
Ha ha ha... that's a cute one.— Pallavi Sharma (@RPallaviSharma) September 9, 2019
@realtahauddin Another great tweet coming from you! ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ You are just taking Nagpur Police to th next level.— Shashank Mittal (@shassmtl) September 9, 2019
Hats off to whosoever who has tweeted this on behalf of Nagpur Police. A gem this is— Col Rana (R) (@J_Rana7) September 9, 2019
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman, Dr K. Sivan, on Sunday said that the lander had been located on the lunar surface and the agency was trying to establish contact with it.
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