The White House, the residence of the US President, has clarified the rationale behind unfollowing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind and different Indian Twitter accounts. The White House reported on Wednesday that its Twitter deal with often follows the accounts of host nation officers for a minimal time throughout the president's go to to retweet his messages in assist of the go to.
During President Donald Trump's go to to India within the final week of February, the official White House Twitter deal with @WhiteHouse began following 6 Twitter accounts together with President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister's Office (PMO). <! –
Earlier this week, the White House 'unfollowed' all these six Twitter handles.
I'm dismayed by the "unfollowing" of our President & PM by the White House. I urge the Ministry of External Affairs to take word.
– Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) April 29, 2020
According to PTI, an official stated that "The White House Twitter account usually follows the Twitter accounts of senior US authorities officers. This Twitter account for a brief time frame follows the host nation officers throughout the President's go to. After the White House 'unfollowed' the Twitter account of President Kovind and PM Modi, there was a whole lot of social media dialogue in India. Was Ui.
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To this, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi stated "I am disappointed by the White House's unfollowing our President and PM. I urge the Ministry of External Affairs to take note". As of Wednesday, the White House had 22 million followers. The White House Follows 13 accounts. These accounts embody President Donald, his official Twitter deal with, First Lady, Vice President, The Second Lady, Press Secretary Kayle McNee, National Secretary Kyoriti embody Council and former White House press secretary.
White House unfollows 6 Indian Twitter accounts together with PM Modi