#SheInspiresUs: Women to take over PM Modi's social media on Women's day

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  3 March 2020 8:50 AM GMT
#SheInspiresUs: Women to take over PM Modis social media on Womens day

Hyderabad: Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he is planning to give up all his social media accounts, the entire nation was pondering as to what made him decide so. With the huge number of following that the Prime Minister has got over various platforms on social media, netizens were eager to know the reason as the Prime Minister in his tweet said, "Will keep you all updated".

The real reason behind Modi giving up social media was revealed by himself today on Twitter as he wrote, "This women's day, I will give away my social media accounts to women whose life & work inspires us. This will help them ignite motivation in millions.

Under the campaign #SheInspiresUs, one will have a chance to take-over @narendramodi's social media accounts for a day. The campaign calls for women, from all walks of life, to share their inspiring stories, in order to be able to utilise this opportunity. The release of #SheInspiresUs said, "Are you a woman whose life and work can inspire the world? Do you know inspiring women who have made a difference in their spheres of life? Tweet or post it on Twitter/FB/Instagram using #SheInspiresUs. You can also shoot a video & post it on YouTube using #SheInspiresUs. "

Select entries also get a chance to take-over @narendramodi's social media accounts & share their thoughts and ideas with the world.

After PM Narendra Modi took to Twitter and announced that he is giving up all his accounts, Twitterati, especially his followers couldn't keep calm about the news. A hashtag named #NoModiNoTwitter is also trending in India regarding the same with close to 23,000 tweets.

The Indian Prime Minister has a huge following across platforms with 53.3 million followers on Twitter, 35.2 million followers on Instagram and 40.4 million people like his Facebook page.

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