NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the news again. The Indian Prime Minister has been mocked by social media users for claiming that he used a digital camera and email in 1988.
In an interview with an Indian news channel, Modi said he used a digital camera to click a colored photograph of Bharatiya Janata Party veteran leader LK Advani in 1988.
PM Modi also claimed that he was one of the early adopters of the electronic mail (email), back in 1988 and the stylus pen on a screen in the 1990s.
Commentators took to Twitter to comment on Modi’s claims.
Tweep @ImAfrozz wrote: “Narendra Modi Lies: I had a digital camera in And I took a colour photo,which in 1988 and transmitted it by email. (First digital camera was sold by Nikon in 1987, I sent by email in 1987-88 Fact: Email came to India in 1995.