These days Twitter has become a worldwide sensation. People can convey their thoughts, emotions, feelings, knowledge, and whatnot in just a few days. We are realizing day-by-day that this platform has the power to change and impact powerful decisions worldwide. In this article, we will discuss Top Trending Twitter Hashtags in India Today and what is the reason behind its trending.
With further ado, let us start our list of Top Trending Twitter Hashtags in India Today.
India is witnessing another record single-day rise of 2,73,810 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. Citizens are furious and are demanding for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resign.
The double-mutated variant of COVID-19 is wreaking havoc in the country. The national capital has imposed a week-long lockdown/curfew. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has canceled rallies in West Bengal due to Coronavirus. However, the PM and BJP seem to still be in the election mode. And now, citizens want Modi to resign for the disastrous handling of the second wave of COVID-19. Hence, #ResignModi became the top Trending Twitter Hashtags In India.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced a complete curfew from tonight (19th April) till next Monday (26th April). The lockdown announced by the CM in order to to curb the surge in Covid-19 cases in the national capital. And, people on social media are calling it a ‘much-needed step. On Sunday, 25,462 new cases reported in Delhi in a day, with the positivity rate reaching 30 percent. Hence, people supported the CM by making #DelhiCurfew one of the Trending Twitter Hashtags In India today.
Scores of migrant workers reach the Kaushambi bus stand to leave for their hometowns after a week-long #DelhiCurfew was announced today— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) April 19, 2021
(photos by Sakib Ali)
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Congress supporter and serial petitioner Saket Gokhale took to Twitter on Sunday to do what he is best at. That is fear-mongering and spreading fake news. Gokhale in a series of baseless tweets said that the BJP hoarded Rs 4.75 crores worth of Remdesivir in their party office in Maharashtra.
The allegations made after the Mumbai Police on Saturday detained and questioned a director of Daman-based pharma company Bruck Pharmaceuticals over the supply of Remdesivir vials. Maharashtra unit of BJP ordered Remdesivir from the company to be supplied to people in Maharashtra, but after the company readied the product for delivery. The police detained the director accusing them of hoarding the drug. The director later released when Devendra Fadnacis raised the issue last night.
The serious allegations leveled against the opposition party by Gokhale have no proof attached and are also devoid of truth. Hence, the hashtag #ArrestSaketGokhale came under the Trending Twitter Hashtags In India.
The Centres said the second wave of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) has crossed the previous highest surge and the upward trend of the infections is a cause of concern. Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushan pointed out that the trend in India’s Covid-19 cases trajectory in the second wave is “worrying”. The top health ministry official adds that the daily Covid-19 deaths recorded in the country are registering an increasing trend but are yet to cross the highest toll seen during India’s first wave last year. India still has more than 1.67 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses still available with states and UTs, the Centre, underlining that the problem is not of vaccine shortage but better planning. Hence, this hashtag becomes one of the Trending Twitter Hashtags In India today.
The Food Corporation of India (FCI) recently asked the Punjab government to provide the land records of farmers to transfer MSP payments. After the government said that about half the farmers were cultivators and not owners of the land. The Centre had suggested that Punjab should adopt a model similar to Haryana’s. Haryana provides details of cultivators for the payment of MSP. For now, payments are being made based on Aadhaar and the number of crops being brought to the mandis. That is the reason why this hashtag is trending today.
The Union Public Service Commission National Defence Academy(UPSC NDA) 2021 exam which is scheduled for tomorrow (April 18) is set to take place despite the significant surge in the Coronavirus across India. With many restrictions, curfews, and lockdowns in states for the weekend, candidates took to Twitter to appeal the postponement of tomorrow’s exam. The request is coming in after many school board exams being postponed or canceled. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan announced that dates for the medical entrance exam NEET PG 2021 are also being pushed.
In the wake of Coronavirus cases and the risk of getting infected, applicants took to Twitter and have been demanding officials to look into the matter of the UPSC NDA exam. From UPSC to PM Modi, all officials are being tagged in posts so they put a hold on the exam. They are asking that officials should prioritize ensuring the safety of people. For the last 2-3 days, India has been witnessing more than 2 lakh cases daily, as new strains of COVID-19 wreak havoc. Using the hashtag- #UPSC, candidates are demanding the exam to be postponed.
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Here, we come to the end of the list of Top Trending Twitter Hashtags in India Today. Twitter has heightened connectivity and the level of interaction. It offers to allows users to communicate amongst one another at rates never before conceived. The platform has fundamentally changed how people converse online. Twitter’s more prevalent contributions to the online discourse are the hashtag and the retweet. Go through the issues and trending topics today and tweet your suggestions.