'May The 4th Be With You'! This Is How Twitterati Reacted With Star Wars Phrase To PM Modi's Lockdown Extension Till May 3rd

May 4th happens to be Star Wars Day, when people greet each other with a phrase "May the 4th be with you." And as the lockdown has been extended till May 3, twitterati started sharing memes

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'May The 4th Be With You'! This Is How Twitterati Reacted With Star Wars Phrase To PM Modi's Lockdown Extension Till May 3rd
Today at 10am, PM Modi announced to extend the lockdown, owing to the rising cases of COVID-19 in the country. The lockdown has been extended till May 3rd. And soon after announcement was made, everyone who were looking forward to April 15, is now looking up to May 4. May 4th happens to be Star Wars Day, when people greet each other with a phrase "May the 4th be with you." And as the lockdown has been extended till May 3, twitterati started sharing memes of "May the 4th be with you."

Let us tell you, every year May 4 is celebrated as Star Wars Day telling "May the Force be with you," is a greeting of passing goodwill and goodluck to each other. Since the star wars came, it has become an iconic part of the series. As lockdown in India again got extension till May 3rd people are looking for positivity and goodwill from May 4, hoping that the things will get back to normal. The reference of "May the 4th be with you" makes even greater adaption to #Lockdown2 on Twitter. 


Have avlook at some interesting tweets on May 4th: 


Many of the twitter users have made the same tweet of "May the 4th be with you." Earlier, PM Modi announced a 21-day lockdown in the country, which was supposed to get over tomorrow. But the current situation is not allowing to do so and led to lockdown extension. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases in the country has crossed the 10,000 mark with taking 339 death toll. 


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