In the last radio programme, ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Prime Minister Modi had requested people to use hashtag #IncredibleIndia while sharing their vacation pictures (vacationing in India) on social media.
Why had he asked to do so?
First it won’t cost you anything by tagging the campaign “Incredible India”, in your Post, but it will definitely promote this campaign and so tourism sector of India, and that’s the only reason he had asked us to do so.
We should do so if it’s for a good cause, shouldn’t we?
Response from the people after his appeal.
He is getting a great response from the social media users, people are sharing their experiences by posting pictures on Twitter and tagging #IncredibleIndia in their post and even Mr. Modi had retweeted some of the shared pictures.
Even he has made an album named “Glimpse of #IncredibleIndia”, on his Facebook page that contains around 53 images, and around 18k people shared it.
What did he tweet after getting the great response from public?
“A lot of you are sharing beautiful glimpses of #IncredibleIndia after the #MannKiBaat programme. I am also RT-ing several photos daily,” Modi tweeted and added
“Keep sharing pictures of #IncredibleIndia. The photos are being compiled in the form of an album on my FB page.”
Let’s have a Glimpse on “Glimpse of #IncredibleIndia.”
1.Chota Imambara, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
— Abhishek Chandra (@AbhishekTantra) June 3, 2015
2. Hampi, Karnataka
— yogesh (@YogeshTheArtist) May 31, 2015
3.Houseboat at Dal Lake, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir
4. Sindhudurg Sea Fort, Maharashtra
— Kaustubh Khare (@kaustubhckhare) May 31, 2015
5.Prinsep Ghat, Kolkata, West Bengal
— Mohitt Sharma (@Mohitt2601) May 31, 2015
6.Teesta River origin, Sikkim
— LAKSHYA (@laskhya) May 31, 2015
You liked this pictures, aren’t you?
So share your pics also so that it might get added in the Prime Minister’s album.
P.S: Share and tag #IncredibleIndia.