White House unfollows PM Modi on Twitter

Just after 3 weeks of showing bonhomie and good rapport with India, the White House has unfollowed Prime Minister Modi, President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister’s Office on Twitter

 White House (Photo Courtesy: social media)
White House (Photo Courtesy: social media)
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The White House has unfollowed Prime Minister Modi, President Ramnath Kovind and Prime Minister’s Office on Twitter, a report in NDTV said.

Official residence of US President, has also unfollowed Indian Embassy in the USA.

White house has over 21 million followers on Twitter.

According to NDTV, PM Modi was the first global leader followed by the official Twitter handle of the US administration three weeks ago.

Now after unfollowing three Indian accounts, White House now follows 13 Indian account, the report said.

This infrequent move by the White House to follow Indian PM on April 10 was observed globally as growing good rapport between the leaders of the two countries. In India too, there was a huge response over the ‘friendship’ between the two leaders.

US and India last talked about the export of the drug, hydroxychloroquine, which the US wanted to fight Novel Coronavirus.

After India allowed the export of the drug, US President Trump called PM Modi "great" and "really good".

Among those who are curious about the US move to unfollow PM Modi is the Indian National Congress's Gaurav Pandhi, a member of the party's social media cell. "Why has White House unfollowed Prime Minister and President of India on Twitter," he asked in a series of posts.

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