PM Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and wife Sara Netanyahu. File Photo
"Wishing my very good friend@PMOIndia@narendramodi and all the people of #IncredibleIndia a joyful #IndiaIndependenceDay You have so much to be proud of," the Israeli Prime Minister tweeted a day ahead of India's Independence Day and just before the onset of Sabbath when official work generally comes to a standstill in this Jewish country.
The Sabbath is Judaism's day of rest and the seventh day of the week.
"Swatantra Diwas ki haardik shubhkamnayen", he added in Hindi. The tweet also carried a photo of Modi and Netanyahu.
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