Prime Minister Modi Shuts Weibo Account After China App Ban

Prime Minister Modi Shuts Weibo Account After China App Ban

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has deleted his account on Sina Weibo with a Chinese government reply and a Chinese reply to the company’s Twitter as tensions continue between the two countries on the border.

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Since posting on Sina Weibo for the first time in 2015 during a visit to China, PM Modi is an immense user of the Chinese social media platform. He had over 200,000 followers and 100 posts before the account closed.

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The expulsion came days after Sina Weibo announced the closure of the account late on Wednesday and dozens of Chinese apps, including Sina Weibo and Bytdance’s TikTok, following a border clash between the two nations by India.

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