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Be positive, no abusive language : Modi asks twitter fans

Be positive, no abusive language : Modi asks twitter fans

India Blooms News Service | | 02 Jul 2015, 02:46 pm
New Delhi, Jul 2 (IBNS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged his supporters in social media network to "be positive" and not to indulge in abusive language.
That's because "abuse will finish this exciting medium," he reportedly told nearly 100 of his supporters on platforms like twitter.
 
They met the PM at his residence on Wednesday, media reports said.
 
Modi has successfully ustilised social media to set up a communication channel with people on his election campaign and government policies.
 
He has 13 million followers on twitter.. 

"If all the abuses I receive are printed, that paper will cover the entire Taj Mahal," he is reported to have said to them.
 
Modi met with social media influencers hours before the launch of his Digital India initiative, which seeks to connect 2,50,000 villages by 2019. 

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