Devastated to see the worsening Covid crisis in India. Google & Googlers are providing Rs 135 Crore in funding to @GiveIndia, @UNICEF for medical supplies, orgs supporting high-risk communities, and grants to help spread critical information.https: //t.co/OHJ79iEzZH
– Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) April 26, 2021
Indeed, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, tweeted a tweet announcing funding of Rs 135 crore by the company to UNICEF and non-profit institute Give India to face the second wave of COVID-19. However, an Indian user probably saw this tweet as an excellent opportunity to find a solution to their problem and sought help from the Google CEO to reset their Gmail password. The user wrote (translated) “Hello, Sir. How are you? I need help with gmail id passovers. I have forgotten how to reset the password. Please help me. “
Currently @sundarpichai is in the US, once the travel restrictions are lifted he will personally come to your home n help you recover the pw and hopefully your wait of 2 years will end 😀. Also incase you want chocolates pl. don’t be shy to ask … until then stay home stay safe.
– Bobbili Vaidyanath (@vaidyab) April 26, 2021
Now, the response to this help from Google Boss was not received, but there was a large Dilsup reply by many other users. One user (@vaidyab) wrote, (translated) “Pichai is in the US right now and when travel restrictions are lifted he will meet Madhan in person and help him reset the password.”
How are you
I need one help in my gmail id password I forgeted how to reset the password please help me
– Madhan (@ Madhan67966174) April 26, 2021
Another user called Madhan as God. He said that because of his (Madhan) tweet, there was a smile in the face of the people, when Indians are facing this serious situation.
hi sir how ru
please help me in my gmail account password i forgeted
kindly recovery the mail id password please do needful help me sir
– Madhan (@ Madhan67966174) February 17, 2020
Surprisingly, this is not the first time Madhan has sought help from Pichai. On February 17, 2020, she wrote a tweet to Pichai, where she had similarly sought help to reset the Gmail password.