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Guess whom your collectors are following on Twitter!

DNAHM113593 | 7/8/2017 | Author : Gargi Raval | WC :642 | City-Ahmedabad

Official handles created to address public grievance are following Bollywood celebs as well

Ahmedabad: The Twitter handles created by district collectors in Gujarat, following an official order from the state government, are not all about addressing public grievances. Apparently, they are also the medium through which our bureaucrats keep tabs on what their favourite Bollywood celebrities are up to.
While it is embarrassing for official handles to be following actors and actresses, the officers claimed they haven't followed celebrities and that it could be an automated action by Twitter.
A prominent digital consultant in Ahmedabad, Bijoy Patel, sums up this 'mysterious' phenomenon of Twitter as, "for everything free on the internet, you are the product."
A scroll down the 'followin
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