Like Twitter, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s profile on Weibo, a social media account prevalent in China, went completely blank on Wednesday and photos, posts and comments have been removed from his handle.
This incident of deletion of all information related to Prime Minister Modi on Weibo comes about 10 days after the incident when earlier on social media app WeChat deleted the statements of at least three Indian officials including PM Modi from the official account of the Indian envoy. had gone.
However, it is not yet known when this was removed from PM Modi’s Weibo account, but on Wednesday he had a beige blank. This has happened at a time when India has banned 59 Chinese apps for security and data on Monday. On Wednesday, all information including his profile photo has been removed from PM Modi Weibo account. PM Modi’s Weibo account was created in 2015 during his first visit to China as Prime Minister.
Since then, 2 lakh 44 thousand followers were from the account, mostly from China. Since 2015, PM Modi had been wishing him on his birthday on 15 June, except this year. He has been giving messages on India-China relations, especially after his meetings with Xi. The posts on PM Modi’s Weibo account were in Chinese language.
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Hindustan Times has tried to get a response from China’s foreign ministry on this matter. Between the military violence in Galvan in eastern Ladakh and the ongoing violence in the two countries, Weibo accounts have been removed from PM Modi and Chinese social media posts by the Indian government.