‘Will keep you posted’: Modi says he is considering quitting social media

Gordon B. Johnson

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night said he is thinking about “offering up” his social media accounts, prompting 1000’s of appeals to him to stay but getting a cold reaction from the Congress get together. “This Sunday, thinking of offering up my social media accounts on Fb, Twitter, Instagram […]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night said he is thinking about “offering up” his social media accounts, prompting 1000’s of appeals to him to stay but getting a cold reaction from the Congress get together.

“This Sunday, thinking of offering up my social media accounts on Fb, Twitter, Instagram & YouTube. Will preserve you all posted,” said Modi on Twitter at eight.56pm.

Modi, with around fifty million followers on Twitter forty four million ‘likes’ on Fb and 35 million followers on Instagram, makes use of social media to talk about his government’s guidelines or pleasing for peace.

“Peace and harmony are central to our ethos. I attraction to my sisters and brothers of Delhi to keep peace and brotherhood at all situations. It is critical that there is quiet and normalcy is restored at the earliest,” he tweeted on February 26, speaking about the three days of rioting in the national cash that till day have killed at the very least 47 folks.

The tweet from his manage this night was re-tweeted more than 9,000 situations and ‘liked’ by more than 28,000 accounts in two hours. “No sir” began trending on Twitter about Modi’s submit that was later on revealed on his Fb and Instagram accounts.

The Congress get together was not amazed. “Give up hatred, not social media accounts,” said Rahul Gandhi, the party’s former president.

Congress chief Randeep Singh Surjewala said Modi must regulate on-line trolls proclaiming to talk on his behalf. “Earnestly desire you would give this suggest to the concerted army of trolls, who abuse-intimidate-badger-threaten other individuals each next in your identify!” he said on Twitter.

In advance of the tweet on offering up social media, Modi’s manage had wished Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli a “fast recovery” immediately after his surgical procedure.

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