Modi has become the most popular political face on the micro-blogging site Twitter, beating Kejriwal. With his absolute dominance on the digital discourse, Modi has gained 37 lakh followers on Twitter. He is followed by Congress leader and active Twitter user Shashi Tharoor with 21 lakh followers, while, Kejriwal finished third with only 16 lakh twitteratis as his followers.

Kejriwal not only upset political calculations by opting to quit the race mid-way but also lost his significant hold on the web world.

The BJP’s poster boy is the most trending topic on the Twitter. Besides, Modi’s direct or indirect references are made on the tweets for the maximum times.

Modi and Kejriwal were the most debated leaders on Facebook and Twitter during the third phase of polling for Lok Sabha elections.

On Thursday, both Facebook and Twitters were flooded with the posts encouraging people to come out and vote under trends like “Vote for Change”.

In this regard, mobile app Whatsapp was seen less vibrant on Thursday with very fewer discussions on general elections and political leaders circulated on it.

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Modi beats Kejriwal in Twitter race, gains 37 lakh followers

New Delhi: Social networking forums seems to have turned as a one-horse race where Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has emerged as the lone winner, leaving Aam Aadmi Party convenor Arvind Kejriwal far behind.

Modi has become the most popular political face on the micro-blogging site Twitter, beating Kejriwal. With his absolute dominance on the digital discourse, Modi has gained 37 lakh followers on Twitter. He is followed by Congress leader and active Twitter user Shashi Tharoor with 21 lakh followers, while, Kejriwal finished third with only 16 lakh twitteratis as his followers.   

Kejriwal not only upset political calculations by opting to quit the race mid-way but also lost his significant hold on the web world.

The BJP’s poster boy is the most trending topic on the Twitter. Besides, Modi’s direct or indirect references are made on the tweets for the maximum times.

Modi and Kejriwal were the most debated leaders on Facebook and Twitter during the third phase of polling for Lok Sabha elections.

On Thursday, both Facebook and Twitters were flooded with the posts encouraging people to come out and vote under trends like “Vote for Change”. 

In this regard, mobile app Whatsapp was seen less vibrant on Thursday with very fewer discussions on general elections and political leaders circulated on it.

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