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PM Narendra Modi trends on Twitter with more than 10K tweets

07-September-2016
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PM Narendra Modi trends on Twitter with more than 10K tweets

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was trending on Twitter under the hashtag MyNamoMyPride, garnering above 10,000 tweets on the back of his speech at the recently concluded 2016 G-20 Hangzhou Summit in China. Modi’s strong statement telling the leaders to isolate and sanction the “one single nation in South Asia” (indicating Pakistan) that is spreading “agents of terror” in the region became the headline in almost every mainline news media portal.

The Prime Minister emphasised on Indo-China ties and fighting corruption and black money and in separate meetings touched upon the leak of confidential data on the Indian Scorpene Class submarines with French President Francois Hollande, India's NSG membership with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and British’s new visa policy with British Prime Minister Theresa May.

The tweets praised his action plans and comments at G20 Summit

With all the appreciation, he received his share of criticism with Twitterati mocking him for his world tours and high octane speeches.

In the process even the hashtag got mocked.

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