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On Monday, PM Modi tweeted that he was considering leaving the social media account. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that on this Women's Day, I will hand over my social media accounts to the women whose life and work inspire us. In a tweet on Tuesday afternoon, PM Modi wrote, 'On this Women's Day, I will hand over my social media accounts to the women whose life and work inspire us ... It will help them to inspire inspiration in the hearts of crores. .. are you such a woman, or know such a woman ...? Share such stories with us using #SheinspiresUs. ' Let me tell you, on Monday, PM Modi tweeted that he was considering leaving the social media account.
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PM Modi tweeted on Monday that he is considering leaving social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. He tweeted to his Twitter handle @narendramodi, 'thinking of leaving social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube this Sunday. Will inform you about this. Within minutes of PM Modi's tweet, 'No Sir' hashtag started trending on social media and people appeared to appeal to him not to leave social media. He wrote, 'I am thinking of leaving social media account on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube this Sunday'. However, it is not yet clear from the Prime Minister what is the reason behind his decision. But many speculations are being made about this. Significantly, PM Modi is very popular and active in social media. PM Modi is the most followed leader on Twitter after US President Donald Trump.
The Congress slammed Narendra Modi for hinting at breaking away from social media and party leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "Leave hate, not social media accounts." Prime Minister Modi is active on social media especially Twitter. Modi has five crore 33 lakh followers on Twitter, four crore 40 lakh on Facebook and thirty crore 52 lakh followers on Instagram. Apart from this, there are 32 million followers on the Twitter handle of the Prime Minister's Office. Modi is the first Indian to cross five crore followers on Twitter.