As the savagely challenged decisions in five states attract to a nearby today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has developed as the most discussed government official on Facebook, in front of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav who ruled the political talk over the family quarrel and his emphatic climb to the steerage of gathering issues.
As indicated by the rankings arranged by Facebook, which depend on the quantity of one of a kind people taking part in discussion identified with pioneers, BJP President Amit Shah was put in third spot, while Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi took the fourth place.
These legislators were trailed by Bahujan Samaj Party boss Mayawati on fifth and MP Dimple Yadav at the 6th spot.
The BJP was the most discussed political gathering with 64 percent. Congress with 45 percent and Samajwadi Party (SP) with 15 percent finished the rundown.
In the interim, Uttar Pradesh’s Urban Development and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mohd Azam Khan turned into the most discussed applicant amid February 19 to February 28 on Facebook.
He was trailed by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat and slipping away Uttar Pradesh Transport Minister Gayatri Prajapati on second and third spots separately.
Aam Aadmi Party MP Bhagwant Mann, human rights dissident Irom Sharmila and SP organizer Mulayam Singh Yadav took fourth, fifth and 6th spots individually.
Guard with 46 percent was the most discussed issue on Facebook, trailed by wrongdoing (40 percent), industry (30 percent), wellbeing and welfare (12 percent) and economy (nine percent).