Thinking about giving up social media accounts this Sunday: PM Modi

NEW DELHI: On Monday he tweeted that he is thinking of giving up all his social media accounts this Sunday, but he did not provide any more details.

This Sunday, thinking about giving up my social media accounts on Instagram and YouTube. I will keep you informed, he wrote on Twitter from his official name.

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I will keep you informed.

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When contacted, the sources refused to disclose any details and said the future action plan will be revealed in the coming days.

Within a few minutes of the tweet, #NoSir began to be a trend in the microblogging website.

The prime minister is among the most popular and active world leaders in social networks, with about 53.3 million followers on Twitter.

He is also the most followed or loved world leader in two other social networks: Facebook and Instagram.

In a list of the 50 most active active world leaders on Facebook, PM Modi tops the list, as its official website likes more than 44 million people, more than the president of the United States, Donald Trump. On Instagram, PM Modi is followed by more than 35 million people.

The tweet generated a lot of questions on social networks. While many users wanted to know the reason behind the ad, some wondered how it will keep them posted if you leave social media. On video: