'Notice me senpai': After TikTok ban, lots of thirsty Instagrammers are posting on PM Modi's profile
'Notice me senpai': After TikTok ban, lots of thirsty Instagrammers are posting on PM Modi's profile

Narendra Modi's government on Monday said that it has banned 59 mobile apps "which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order."

The notice adds that these apps had prosed many concerns including those regarding security and the safety of user data.

The list includes popular apps such as Tiktok, and many others.

Following the ban, Instagrammers have swarmed Modi's post with hilarious comments.

The post with the caption which read, "Went to West Bengal and Odisha to review the situation in the wake of the super cyclone. Conducted aerial surveys and held review meetings with Chief Ministers Mamata Ji and Naveen Ji as well as other officials.The nation stands in solidarity with our sisters and brothers in West Bengal and Odisha. The Central Government assures all possible support as well as assistance towards the rehabilitation, restoration and reconstruction efforts," is over five weeks old.

With over 31 lakh likes, the post has crossed 75,000 comments.

Check out all the hilarious comments below:

'Notice me senpai': After TikTok ban, lots of thirsty Instagrammers are posting on PM Modi's profile
@SahilRiz - Twitter
'Notice me senpai': After TikTok ban, lots of thirsty Instagrammers are posting on PM Modi's profile
@SahilRiz - Twitter
'Notice me senpai': After TikTok ban, lots of thirsty Instagrammers are posting on PM Modi's profile
@SahilRiz - Twitter

Earlier this month, there had been a clash at the Indo-China border in Galwan valley that had left 20 Indian soldiers dead and others injured. Since then, there has been many protests against Chinese goods and services as well as companies associated with the neighbouring country in any way.

While some had resorted to burning effigies of Chinese leader Xi Jinping and destroying Chinese goods, government organisations took steps to distance themselves from the neighbouring country.

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