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BJP crosses 11 million followers on Twitter

USNMix Report: BJP big success on twitter,
double followers in comparison of Congress.

In the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wore more than one crore 10 lakh (11 million) followers on Twitter after crossing another milestone. On the social media platform, the number of BJP's followers has doubled from its rival Congress party. BJP was linked to social media platform in 2010. The Congress which came to Twitter on February 2013 had 5 million 14 thousand (5.14) failures.

IT cell chief announced on Saturday BJP's IT cell chief Amit Malviya on Saturday said on Twitter, "It is a great achievement for all of us. Thank you." This information has been received at a time when recently a study has revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has jointly organized social media platforms in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with 11 billion 91 million 12 thousand 648 (110,912,648 million) Followers has become the second most followed leader in the world. 
BJP crosses 11 million followers on Twitter

Barack Obama first on Social Media Platform
In this list of online visibility management and content descriptions SAS platform, former US President Barack Obama jointly on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with 18 billion 27 million 10 thousand 770 (182,710,777 million) follows In the first place.

On Twitter alone, Modi's 40 million seven lakh two thousand (47.2 million) followers are on the follow. On the other hand, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has 9 lakh four thousand (9.4 million) followers on Twitter, six years later than the BJP leader.

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