US President Donald Trump on May 16 announced that he would be donating 200 ventilators to India to fight the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
However, now rumour mills are working overtime with news doing the rounds that Trump has sent an invoice for the ventilators to his friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Tweeting about the invoice and mocking at the friendly tie between India and US, Bollywood filmmaker Anubhav Sinha dedicated the song “Achha Sila Diya Tune Mere Pyaar Ka” to US President Donald Trump.
The director wrote on his official Twitter handle, “I am dedicating this song to President Donald Trump, for send us an invoice (bill) of the ventilator that we thought was a gift to a friend.”
I am dedicating this song to Dolaand Trump for sending us an invoice for the ventilators that we thought was a 'gift to a friend'.
अच्छा सिला दिया तूने मेरे प्यार का।https://t.co/zcJV6dDgn1
— Anubhav Sinha (@anubhavsinha) May 18, 2020
Soon, the post went viral and netizens started trolling Donald Trump’s ‘gift of ventilators.’
Ye ajeeb friendship hai Mudizi aur Dolaand Trump ke beech…
Kabhi un ke paas se dhamki aati hai
Aur kabhi tohfe ka bill
— Dr. Syeda Uzma (@sane_indian) May 18, 2020
Gift nhi paise me diya hai sir.
— Preeti Yadav (@drpreetiyadav9) May 18, 2020
Tofa kaha halkat sam uncle to Donation keh kar collar chada rahe the
— Taqui Abedi تقئ عابدئ (@TaquiAbedi) May 18, 2020
Likewise we should send him invoice from Cheewalah for organising Noomuustee Dump event…
— Adi (@AdiManavta) May 18, 2020
Meanwhile, a government official said that the ventilators will be arriving in India by the end of this month or early in June.