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when a <a href=””http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/26/technology/lawsuit-may-determine-who-owns-a-twitter-account.html?_r=0″” target=””_blank””>blogger decided to leave</a> the company and even <a href=””http://www.theguardian.com/media/pda/2011/jun/22/laura-kuenssberg-twitter-account”” target=””_blank””>at BBC</a>. Except in the first two cases

Modi should continue using his personal account to engage with the public and use the PMOIndia account for more official purposes.

Modi should continue using his personal account to engage with the public and use the PMOIndia account for more official purposes.

it was a personal account so it made sense when the people owning them continued using them.

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