Wednesday, 27 October 2021

Doland Trump hits unfollow on India’s Modi

AP – File Photo 

WASHINGTON: The White House has unfollowed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter sending the micro-blogging site into a frenzy over a possible souring of ties between the world leaders.

It has also unfollowed the Twitter handle of Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, the Prime Minister’s office, as well as, the Indian embassy in the US.

The Twitter account of the White House – the residence and workplace of the US president – has over 21 million followers.

Three weeks ago, Modi had the ‘honour’ of being the only world leader followed by Washington’s official handle.

The move to follow the Indian premier’s account on April 10 was seen as a reflection of the good rapport shared by Modi and President Trump.


Check Also

EU antitrust regulators to investigate Google’s online ads business

Alphabet unit Google has found itself in the EU antitrust spotlight again as regulators opened ...

Leave a Reply