PM Narendra Modi Social Media Exit Makes Twitter Furious; No Sir Is Top Trend

PM Modi has more than 53 million adherents on Twitter, making him the third generally well known on the online networking webpage with just US President Donald J. Trump (73 mn) and previous US President Barack Obama (113 mn) in front of him.

The tweet took online life clients with shock with thousands needing to know the purpose for PM’s choice of leaving web based life. (Document Photo/Getty)

Not long after Narendra Modi reported that he is thinking about unplugging himself from online life on Sunday, responses over the equivalent took the web with a tempest as a large number of individuals encouraging the Prime Minister not to do as such. In a range of simply 30 minutes, PM Modi’s post was retweeted in excess of multiple times and packed away around 2,800 likes on Twitter.

Everything began when PM Modi on Monday evening took to his internet based life profiles and expressed: “This Sunday, considering surrendering my online networking accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Will update all of you as often as possible.”

The tweet took online life clients with shock with thousands needing to know the explanation for PM’s choice of leaving internet based life. In any case, some additionally reprimanded PM Modi over the ongoing shared conflicts which shook the national capital a week ago.

PM Modi’s political chief adversary and previous Congress president Rahul Gandhi also asked him not do as such and rather leave disdain. “Surrender scorn, not internet based life accounts,” Rahul Gandhi tweeted.

Here’s the means by which Twitter responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s choice to stop online networking on the coming Sunday:

Individuals Around The World Love You So Much Modi Ji. You May Take A Short Break From Social Media If You Want But, #NoSir We Requesting You Musn’t Leave Social Media. #NarendraModi pic.twitter.com/4u75iYdRhB

— Narendra Modi fan (@narendramodi177) March 2, 2020

Modiji I began utilizing web based life as a result of you

Also, presently you are leaving it????

please sir don’t do it don’t go#NoSir #NarendraModi pic.twitter.com/VVjHX4IDKq

— Shreeyashi (@Shreeyashi15) March 2, 2020

He Came To Serve Us, Serving Us And Will Do. In Age Of 69, Working 18 Hours Without Holidays, And See, He Is Not Doing It For His Popularity, Nothing For Himself. Perhaps He Is Going To Leave Social Media, And One Day He Will Leave Politics Also But ये देश आपका कर्जदार रहेगा#NoSir pic.twitter.com/HK8dejeZTg

— Dipanshu???????? (@dipanshu_cp) March 2, 2020

Modi fan mentioning Modi ji not to leave Social Media.#NoSir pic.twitter.com/76hbsWoUUg

— Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) March 2, 2020

Modi ji chooses to stop internet based life

Bjp IT cell specialist – #NoSir pic.twitter.com/XgHCni4kOU

— Gagan (@GaganAlmighty) March 2, 2020

We , after PM @narendramodi chose to leave Social Media . #NoSir pic.twitter.com/g6ICd2VGeR

— राष्ट्र धर्म सर्वोपरि????️चंदन ठाकुर????️ (@Chandan94014075) March 2, 2020

Internet based life is the best way to interface with u [email protected] sir plz state it isn’t true????#NoSir pic.twitter.com/bKcuBN2TJo

— Ankit kumar sharma (@Ankitku76090448) March 2, 2020

I can here this Image. ???? @narendramodi #NoSir pic.twitter.com/bnNiGhusqZ

— Sushant Kumar Rai (@Skraivns) March 2, 2020

Young men after separation. Modi ji more likely than not evacuated his Whatsapp DP and last observed also ???????? #NoSir pic.twitter.com/rYdrR1EEQm

— मुकेस गुज्जर एन्ड टीम – भगवान् राम भक्तस (@Mukeshgujjar22) March 2, 2020

PM Modi has more than 53 million supporters on Twitter, making him the third generally famous on the online networking website with just US President Donald J. Trump (73 mn) and previous US President Barack Obama (113 mn) in front of him.

On Facebook in any case, Modi was the most followed pioneer all around with more than 44 million devotees, while his nearest was Trump who had 27 million adherents. Modi’s ubiquity on Facebook was with the end goal that even the US President that it was hard to take on the Indian chief.

Trump had in February stated, “And I praised Prime Minister Modi. I stated, ‘Be that as it may, you know, you have 1.5 billion individuals. I have 350 million. You have a bit of leeway.”

Aside from Twitter and Facebook, Modi has more than 35 million supporters on Instagram, and 4.5 million endorsers on Youtube.

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