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PM Modi May Quit Many Social Media Platforms

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In a surprising disclosure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he is considering surrendering all his internet based life accounts. In a tweet from his official record, PM Modi said that he is considering “surrendering” all his online life accounts including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. The tweet surprised the web based life with his supporters communicating stun over the Prime Minister’s tweet. PM Modi was one of the pioneer legislators to have previously saddled the span of web based life to collect open help.

Broad utilization of internet based life in the Lok Sabha appointment of 2014 was considered as one of the most significant elements for the avalanche triumph of Modi-drove BJP. Following the strides of Modi, lawmakers of all tones made their entrance via web-based networking media. As antisocial government officials as BSP supremo Mayawati likewise needed to make a hesitant passage to the internet based life. The executive is dynamic via web-based networking media, particularly on Twitter where he has 53.3 million followers.

PM’s tweet has summoned responses from all quarters. Previous Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “Surrender scorn, not internet based life accounts.” Congress’ Working Committee part Randeep Singh Surjewala took a burrow and tweeted, “Sincerely wish you would give this instruct to the coordinated armed force with respect to trolls, who misuse scare badger-undermine others consistently in you name!”

In the mean time, PM’s enormous fan base has additionally encouraged him to not stop internet based life and posted their perspectives. On Twitter PM Modi is one of the most followed pioneers with 53.3 million supporters. His Facebook page has 44,722,235 likes and has 44,597,135 supporters. On Instagram as well, PM Modi has the most number of adherents among world pioneers with 30 million supporters while on YouTube he has 4.51 million endorsers.

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