Inspirational women to handle PM Narendra Modi’s social media accounts
Women’s Day 2020: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on March 3, 2020 that on this women’s day, he would be giving away all his social media accounts to inspirational women, whose life story and work would inspire many people across the nation.
PM Modi made the announcement through his official twitter account. In the tweet, he said that if you are such a woman or know such inspiring women then share such stories using the hashtag #SheInspiresUs.
Select entries from the entire lot will get the chance to take over the Prime Minister’s social media accounts and share their ideas and thoughts with everyone.
PM Modi’s tweet:
Who can apply?
1. A woman whose life and work can inspire the world.
2. Anyone who knows inspiring women who have made a difference in their life.
How to apply?
• People can either tweet their stories or post them on their twitter, Instagram and Facebook profiles using the hashtag #SheInspiresUs.
• You can also shoot a video and post it on YouTube using the same hashtag.
• People can post their own story or the story of any inspirational women in their surroundings or anyone they know who has done extremely impactful work.
• The most inspiring stories will be selected and those women will be given a chance to take over the PM’s social media accounts.
PM Modi’s cryptic tweet
The new women’s day initiative follows a cryptic tweet by the Prime Minister on March 1, in which he wrote that he is thinking of giving up his social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
His declaration had sent the social media into a frenzy mode with his followers immediately creating a #NoSir trend, urging the Prime Minister to not give up his social media accounts. PM Modi is one of the most followed world leaders on social media. He has 53.4 million followers on Twitter, 35.2 million Instagram followers and 44 million followers on Facebook.
PM Modi is the third-most followed world leader on Twitter, after US President Donald Trump who has 73.3M followers and former US President Barack Obama who has 113.3 followers. PM Modi also created history by becoming the first Indian to cross 50 million followers on Twitter.