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Guwahati: Two siblings from Assam have written letters to prime minister Narendra Modi and Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma about losing their baby teeth on September 25.
The siblings further mentioned about the problem they are facing due to the delay in the growth of adult teeth. Six-year-old Raeesa Rawza Ahmed and five-year-old Aryan Ahmed were worried after their teeth not growing. Therefore, they have decided to address their problem to the high authority.
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Mukhtar Ahmed, the siblings' uncle, shared the post that reads, "To Himanta Biswa Sarma and Narendra Modi. From my niece Rawza(6yrs) & nephew Aryan(5yrs) N.B. Trust me, I'm not home, I'm on duty, my niece and nephew wrote on their own perhaps. P.S.: Please do the needful for their teeth as they can't chew their favorite food."
On Wednesday, Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma took his Twitter to respond to the delighted complaint made by the young siblings.
Assam CM tweeted,"I'll be happy to arrange a good dentist in Guwahati for you so that we can enjoy your favourite food together."
The letter addressed to CM Sarma by the siblings reads, "To dearest Himanta Mama (uncle)… My five teeth are not coming. Dear Himanta Mama please take necessary action as my teeth are not coming. And I'm facing difficulties while chewing my favourite food."
The other letter by Aryan reads, "To dearest Modiji…My three teeth are not coming. Dear Modiji please take necessary action as my teeth are not coming. I'm facing difficulties while chewing my favourite food."
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This adorable way of siblings asking for measures to be taken by the high authority made everyone smile. Their letter has gone viral on social media platforms and is trending. Netizens are further sharing it and leaving lovely comments.
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