Narendra Modi’s love for the internet was reflected a force multiplier even before he became India’s first social media Prime Minister. His recent tweets and his Facebook post are now trending.
During a special address to the nation, PM announced that currency notes INR 500 and INR 1000 denominations will be banned starting 12 midnight on November 8. That is not even four hours after the shocking announcement was made.
The shocking announcement was met with speedy shock across social media and showing delight support from Modi’s followers.
PM Modi’s speech against the corruption turned into trends with the hashtags #ModiFightsCorruption #IndiaFightsCorruption #Rs500andRs1000 #BlackMoney #GoCashless #DeMonetisation #ModifiedIndia #MasterStroke #End BlackMoney #ModiAddressesNation #currencyban trending on the social networking platforms. Twitteratis hail Modi’s speech using the hashtags #ModiFightsCorruption and #IndiaFightsCorruption.
This news garnered a reaction from President of India Pranab Mukherjee as well:
The news comes days after Twitter and Facebook were buzzing with news, funny photos, funny tweets, memes, quips, and jokes.
Example some of them here:
And this one cracked us up a little too much:
Twitter couldn’t help but trend a few memes as well:
This news saved a reaction on Narendra Modi’s YouTube channel with whopping 537,605 views.