Twitter reacts to PM Narendra Modi quitting social media with #NoModiNoTwitter
Hours after PM Modi left his 53+ million Twitter followers guessing about his social media hiatus, the hashtags #IwillAlsoLeave Twitter and #NoModiNoTwitter started trending
Indian PM Narendra Modi sent the internet into a tizzy after he tweeted about quitting Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube on the approaching Sunday. One of the most-followed politicians on Twitter (second only to Barack Obama and Donald Trump), PM Modi made the announcement on Monday, March 2. “Will keep you all posted,” read his Tweet.
PM Modi left his 53+ million followers on Twitter guessing about his strange post after he offered no explanation for his plans to exit. But within hours of his announcement, hashtags #IwillAlsoLeave Twitter and #NoModiNoTwitter started trending.
Leaving venomous twitter ! #NoModiNoTwitter— Shivam Mishra (@shivam_mishi) March 3, 2020
#NoSir @narendramodi #NoModiNoTwitter #IWillAlsoLeaveTwitter Sir, I'm following you on every Platform. If you are quiting social media. I'm also quiting it. Going to deactivate my account. pic.twitter.com/oLrKCBtuCf— Prashant (@Prashant_bksp) March 3, 2020
I follow u to the end sir ji.— பூச்சாண்டி Kafir? (@Tiruppur_Sailor) March 3, 2020
If u leave I too leave Twitter. pic.twitter.com/Xm58eqYYLc
PM Modi enjoys a lot of popularity on Twitter. Having joined Twitter in 2009, the PM also happens to be among the first politicians to have maintained a social media account. The PM also uses the platforms to routinely connect with the young population on social media.
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