Indian Prime Minister Narendra modi once again demonstrated the ability to use social networks to build his own popularity – Sunday, 6 September, the Prime Minister took a ride on Delhi metro, talked to the companions and told about the trip on Twitter and Instagram.

According to the BBC, Narendra modi took the metro in Badarpur in the southern part of Delhi, where he opened a new section of subway length of 13.8 km.

In the materials of the Indian media noted that the visit of high-ranking person was a surprise to the leadership of the subway, the Prime Minister announced the trip in his Twitter.

In modi’s trip with the pleasure of speaking with fellow travelers and posed for selfies. Later, he also noted on Twitter that the trip was “wonderful”.

The metro journey from Delhi to Faridabad & back was wonderful. Had memorable conversations on board.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 6, 2015

The post of Prime Minister in the microblog has collected more than 2,800 retweets. Photo taken in the subway, it was also published in Instagram modi, where he noted “likes”, more than 32 thousand people.

A memorable ride & great conversations. #Metro

A photo posted by Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) on Sep 6, 2015 at 2:12am PDT

Narendra modi actively use social networks and communicates with subscribers, the same policy he adhered to during the election campaign of 2014, when he was chief Minister of Gujarat. The audience of Indian Prime Minister on Twitter is about 15 million people.

In India, the Prime Minister made a splash in social networks your trip on metro 07.09.2015

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