Know Your Leader: Giriraj Singh


Giriraj Singh often shares updates as well as personal opinions about issues and trending topics he strongly feels about.

Giriraj Singh — Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries

Social Media Footprint

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Posted by Giriraj Singh on Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Giriraj Singh is pretty vocal with his opinions on social media. While he shares an adequate number of updates in regards to the ministry he heads as well as the constituency from which he was elected, there are plenty of occasions where he uses these profiles to take a dig at his political opponents. His profiles reflect his thoughts on current issues, pretty much unfiltered. It is interesting how these verticals are distinct and at the same time integrated as a bouquet, adding a touch of authenticity to the profiles that mirror the popularly known personality of the leader in question.

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Sharing a slice of work

Singh often posts images of the various meetings he attends and chairs as the head of the Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries ministry. He also shares news pieces written about the works and schemes of the ministry as well as shares promotional, creative content around the same. Singh often participates in television news debates and shares those clips on Twitter, making it available for his followers in the digital space to view, share and express their thoughts on.

People connect

As a politician and a Union Minister at that, Singh often takes part in events and makes public appearances. Images captured on these occasions are then used as content for his social media profiles as updates. They bring out a part of his personality that makes him a people’s leader. His strong and candid opinions about issues help augment this, getting him a wide range of reactions from his followers.

This is a part of the series — Know Your Leader. It’s a series by Social Samosa where we put across a concise analysis of how our cabinet ministers use social media to communicate. You can read all the parts here.


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