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    PM Modi Reaches 20 Million YouTube Subscribers: A Step Forward for India’s Digital Diplomacy

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it across a digital barrier, becoming the first world leader ever to amass 20 million subscribers on YouTube. With this achievement, India’s ever-increasing digital presence and the Prime Minister’s skill-full use of social media to reach audiences domestic and international are both illuminated.

    Modi uses his YouTube channel to publish speeches, public addresses, interviews and even take a look into daily life with him. The channel’s popularity can be attributed to several factors: 

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    Direct communication: Modi bypasses the traditional media and speaks directly to his audience on YouTube, creating a personal connection.

    Multilingual outreach: The channel provides content in a number of Indian languages, enabling people in India to better understand themselves. Its coverage of development projects strikes home with viewers interested in India’s future development.

    Focus on national initiatives: Videos about government programs and development projects resonate with viewers who care about India’s progress.

    International engagement: It’s a channel that produces content in English and other languages, so as to reach out to the global Indian diaspora and international audiences.

    Apart from pride for Modi, the 20 million subscriber milestone is also a testament to India’s maturing digital economy. India is one of the fastest-growing digital markets in the world, with over 500 million people using the internet. As this online population is more and more exposed to political dialogue and social problems, YouTube’s relevance has become a necessity for the transmission of political information. However,Modi’s YouTube dominance raises questions about access and inclusivity. The high cost of internet access and limited digital literacy in rural areas can create a sort of a  digital divide, excluding certain demographics from online political engagement.

    Looking ahead, it will be interesting to see if Modi and other political leaders continue to use YouTube and social media to reach voters, promote transparency, and respond directly to the public. Though the 20 million subscriber milestone is an important achievement, we should not lose sight of this fact–the digital divide must be bridged and all citizens granted equal Internet access to political discourse.

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