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Prime Minister Narendra Modi crosses 30 million followers on Instagram

IndiaTimes Sunday, 13 October 2019
PM Narendra Modi's followers on Instagram have crossed the 30-million mark. The PM is the most followed political leader on Instagram, ahead of Indonesian President Joko Widodo who has 25.6 million followers and former US President Barack Obama who has 24.8 million followers. On Twitter, he is followed by over 50 million people and on Facebook over 44 million people like his page.
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