Indian social media is highly affected by politics and has become a tool spread SOS (Selective Outrage Syndrome).
In name of psephology, political propaganda is being dished out, and it is not good for this domain of knowledge.
Ever wondered why is there not even a single word about showcasing the work done by existing Congress state governments in Punjab or Mizoram like Modi highlighted his work in Gujarat back in 2014?
Humans need attention to a certain extent because we are social beings, but some people seem to be doing everything in order to get more attention. Is morality dying a slow death?
Modi promised that achchhe din would arrive. But how could achchhe din arrive for the biggest Bollywood superstar (Salman Khan and not Rahul Gandhi) who is still waiting for a wife.
WhatsApp is currently used by about 200 million Indians daily, but the ramifications of misinformation spread on the platform during an election cycle could very well affect the entire country.
There’s no doubt that Nitish Kumar once again can change his political ally if gets a better opportunity.