New Delhi: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi took on questions from a number of netizens on a variety of topics through a live video chat on Google+ Hangout on Friday. The hangout was hosted by Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn.
People were not able to reach the site for a few minutes on Friday, thanks to the huge traffic for Narendra Modi's live chat. Modi, who is active on Twitter and will be facing assembly elections by year-end, answered various questions during the programme. The chat was broadcast live on YouTube as well.
Modi is the first Indian politician to host a live chat via the Internet, joining the ranks of US President Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
'Google+ Hangout' facilitates 'group video chat' with up to 10 persons at a time.
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