MUMBAI: Twitter and Facebook timelines are swarming with India’s 2014 election results today. As Narendra Modi gets ready to become the next Prime Minister of India, News channels have ensured people stay stuck to their various hashtags.
India trends are as follows:
#Verdict2014- CNN-IBN, IBN7 and IBN Lokmat
#Results2014- Times Now
#YourVote2014 – Headlines Today and Aaj Tak
#IndiaElections- Al Jazeera and BBC Global News
Out of this, #Results2014 is trending worldwide along with Times Now being shown live on Times Square.
Channels are flashing their hashtags and prime personality Twitter handles on their TV screens urging people to follow them on the popular social media.
Several channels depended on Twitter data to analyse information and see voting trends and patterns such as Times Now, Headlines Today, CNN-IBN and NDTV.
At approximately 12:00 pm Narendra Modi tweeted ‘India has won. Achche din aane wale hain’ (good days are coming) which Twitter India declared as the most retweeted Tweet from the country ever. The retweets are still increasing as you read this report.