World’s Powerful Selfie Features India’s Prime Minister Modi and China’s Prime Minister Li
Beijing: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi selfie with China’s premier Li Keqiang became most powerful selfie all around world.
Indian’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has posted a selfie with China’s most elite politicians Li Keqiang standing shoulder to shoulder at the Temple of Heaven in central Beijing on Friday, hit on social media and named world’s most powerful selfie of two powerful men of two biggest countries.
Media reported that selfie has garnered more than 2,200 shares just two hours after the Modi posted in to his twitter account, becoming most powerful selfie in the world featuring counterparts of two fastest growing economies in the world.
Modi, who is on visit of China to improve economic ties and discuss persistent border dispute, seems to be in light mood shared selfie on the site thanking to informal counterpart of china that “It’s selfie time! Thanks Premier Li” followed his ritual of making selfies of every country he visited.
According to latest figure Indian Prime Minister is one of world’s most followed on Twitter having 12.3 million followers, made the history this time by posting selfie with China’s premier at very important visit to china.
In 2013, Barack Obama, David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt posed in a selfie at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa that didn’t received any publice attention but often criticized saying it in appropriate for making selfie at such event.
It looks like Narendra Modi is keen to take selfies as he has made lot of in recent time after elected as Indian Prime Minster either these are political based selfies related to his post or personal following his interaction with relatives and close friends.