Narendra Modi To Do A Live Video Chat On Google+ Hangout
Love him or hate him, you can’t ignore the fact that he’s one of the most active politicians on Social Media. A buzzing Twitter profile with more more that 840k followers, a 620k strong community on Facebook, a YouTube channel with 1.3 million video views and a regularly updated blog, Narendra Modi is very popular online.
And continuing with his penchant for digital media, he’s brining another social network into his fold: Google+
On 31st August, the Gujarat CM will host a live video chat through Google+ Hangout to communicate with the common people.
The website claims that “It’s the 1st time in India that any politician will connect LIVE with the people directly!”
The theme of the chat is “Strong & Glorious India long cherished by Swami Vivekananda!” and is organized by the Swami Vivekananda Cell of Sports, Youth and Cultural Activities Department with Google as an initiative partner.
To take part in the chat, all you need to do is to ask a question either as a text or video and post it here. You can use your Facebook or Twitter account to login and post your question.
Selected questions will be chosen from here, which will then be discussed upon during the live chat. The last date for submission of questions is 27th August, midnight.
Here’s the official promo video for the chat: