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Did PM Narendra Modi Use ChatGPT To Congratulate Ravindra Jadeja On T20I Retirement?

Narendra Modi with Ravindra Jadeja after ODI WC final loss (X.com)Narendra Modi with Ravindra Jadeja after ODI WC final loss (X.com)

Indian honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is under scanner for allegedly copying a tribute message sent to Indian cricketer Ravindra Jadeja following his retirement from T20Is from Chat GPT. 

The Indian cricket team triumphed over South Africa to clinch the 2024 T20 World Cup trophy last Saturday in Barbados. 

In what turned out to be an absolute nail biter, the game went on to the final over with India bouncing back after almost losing the contest in mid-overs.

That being said, with the historic triumph, several senior Indian cricketers called time on their T20 career. Captain Rohit Sharma and senior batter Virat Kohli were the first ones to formally confirm their retirement from T20Is on the day of the final itself. 

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja followed their cue to announce his retirement from the shorter format a day later in a detailed social media post. 

Meanwhile, ever since Jadeja confirmed his retirement, tributes have been pouring from fans across the world. 

Interestingly, Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, who recently got reelected for his third term, wrote a heartfelt tribute message for Jadeja on his official social media handle. Mr. Modi thanked Jadeja for his contributions to Indian cricket and wished him all the best for future endeavours.

However, some fans on social media have alleged that the prime minister copied the message from an AI application, Chat GPT. A user shared a screenshot of the prompt from Chat GPT, which was identical to the message shared by Mr. Modi. 

However, the authenticity of the alleged screenshots are yet to be established. Neither Jadeja nor the prime minister's office have reacted to the allegations yet.