The number of subscribers in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's YouTube channel has reached 20 million. If you understand in simple words, 2 crore people have joined PM Modi's YouTube channel. With this, Prime Minister Modi's YouTube channel has become the first channel not only in India but also among global leaders to achieve this position.
So far 23,403 videos have been uploaded on the Prime Minister's channel, which have received more than 450 crore views so far. At second place is the YouTube channel of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro with 6.44 million (0.64 crore) subscribers, who is far behind Prime Minister Modi.
Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is at third place in the list of global leaders with the most subscribers. He has 41.2 lakh subscribers. After this, Indonesian President Joko Widodo is at fourth place and Zelensky Presidential Channel is at fifth place with 11 lakh subscribers. At the same time, America's President Joe Biden is at number 6.
Videos of government related schemes and speeches are uploaded on Prime Minister Modi's YouTube channel. Wherever the Prime Minister connects through video conferencing, it is also telecast live. Along with this, wherever Prime Minister Modi attends any program in the world including India and addresses the people, it is also telecasted live.
Even though PM Modi came on YouTube in 2007, he uploaded the first video after 4 years on 18 March 2011. This video was of Gujarat Budget 2011-12.
Prime Minister Modi is very active on YouTube and other social media. He has more than 94 million followers on X. At the same time, he has more than 82 million followers on Instagram and more than 48 million followers on Facebook.