Ahead of a townhall with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, CEO Mark Zuckerberg altered his form print on Facebook to uncover his support for Digital India initiative, and it is going viral.
Pitching his pet Digital India beginning with a titans of a IT world, Prime Minister Modi on Sunday betrothed to make governance some-more accountable and pure while assuring information remoteness and security.
Speaking before a entertainment of Silicon Valley CEOs, Modi announced skeleton to emanate some-more open WiFi spots including during 500 railway stations opposite India and an assertive enlargement of a National Optical Fibre Network to take broadband to 600,000 villages.
“As a economy and a lives get some-more wired, we are also giving a top significance to information remoteness and security, egghead skill rights and cyber security,” he pronounced during a cooking communication attended among others by Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayan, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Qualcomm executive authority Paul Jacobs and Google CEO Sunder Pichai.
Zuckerberg pronounced that he appreciated India’s efforts to bond farming areas by technology. Here’s what he said:
I altered my form design to support Digital India, a Indian government’s bid to bond farming communities to…
Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday, 27 Sep 2015
The print got thousands of shares and likes within mins of being shared.
Modi, in spin thanked him for a uncover of support:
Thanks Mark Zuckerberg for a support. we change my DP in support of a efforts towards a Digital India. Your too can change your DP during fb.com/supportdigitalindia
Posted by Narendra Modi on Sunday, 27 Sep 2015