Flix Tuesday, May 26, 2015 - 05:30
It has been a year of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government’s coming into power. The fact couldn’t have been lost on most people who go through the newspaper every morning with a front-page advertisement by the government featuring in most dailies. If the internet is your preferred mode of lapping up information though, the Prime Minister had a direct message (DM) for you on Twitter. A DM was sent out to each of his followers on the micro-blogging website who responded to this tweet from the PM’s handle. Share your thoughts using #SaalEkShuruaatAnek & get a personal message from me! Looking forward to hearing from you. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 26, 2015 Each follower was sent a message in a language corresponding to the location of the person. Sections of the poliarised Twitter universe though got the chance to have a bit of fun at the anniversary celebrating-PM’s DM:   Why should he be the only one? pic.twitter.com/Qdno3Y7LNh — Sapan Verma (@sapanv) May 26, 2015 I think the full form of DM is Direct Modi. — Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) May 26, 2015 Wonder if Narendra Modi sent a direct message to Manohar Parrikar on Twitter. If he did, it's a case of the PM DM-ing his DM. #DMception — Nigel Britto (@NigelBritto) May 26, 2015 Its direct message from Narendra Modi that to know the differences #Now and #Then in Twitter — Ajay Reddy Sabbella (@ajayreddy365) May 26, 2015 India's PM Narendra Modi's communications team is so good that they can send a direct message to me via Twitter. pic.twitter.com/MTh5ZieQW0 — Jason Leong (@jasonleong) May 26, 2015 Radio, Twitter DM, email.... I'm expecting next year's PM report to be whispered intimately into my ear while I try to sleep at night. — Aditi Mittal (@awryaditi) May 26, 2015