On one hand, when the influence of social media is steadily increasing in today’s era, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hinted at avoiding it.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted on Monday that he was thinking of leaving social media. The Prime Minister said: “This Sunday I am thinking of leaving social media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. I will say more about it. “Prime Minister Modi gave this information from his personal Twitter handle @narendramodi.
This Sunday, thinking of giving up my social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & YouTube. Will keep you all posted.Advertisement
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 2, 2020
Prime Minister Modi’s tweet was a surprise because he has many followers on Facebook and Twitter. Prime Minister Modi’s tweeter account has 5.30 Crore followers, and he has 4.47 Crore followers on Facebook. At the same time, he has four and a half million subscribers on YouTube.
Importantly, Prime Minister Modi is very active on the social media platform, through which he is effectively talking about the government’s policies.
On the other hand, people have reacted to this after Prime Minister Modi’s decision to leave social media on Sunday. Some people posted a Twitter handle and requested them not to do so, while some wrote in the tweet that he was on Twitter because of them.
Mustakim is our resident guy with a degree in English Literature, he LOVES to write about Entertainment and loves to explore the latest world Technology News around the Globe. It’s always interesting to read what he posts. Mustakim keeps things very, very interesting indeed. He also writes for another Entertainment website on the Internet.