PM Modi’s Digital India initiative inspires Anuj Kumar Bajpai to use social media judiciously

Young, Anuj Kumar Bajpai born on 24th October 1996, in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, was so inspired by the Digital India movement, that he decided to contribute his bit towards it.



❝Another cause that Anuj upholds very strongly is to voice messages of the needy on his social media❞




On the 1st of July 2015, the new wave of digital India was introduced by the Government of India. This initiative of the Modi Government was brought about to create enhanced availability and improve the connectivity of the online infrastructure of the government with a focus on rural India too.


There was a sharp focus on internet connectivity. Social media is an integral part of the online internet world and has advanced by leaps and bounds in the last few years. Young, Anuj Kumar Bajpai born on 24th October 1996, in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, was so inspired by the Digital India movement, that he decided to contribute his bit towards it.


After his graduation and post-graduation from DAV College Kanpur, while most young adults are busy planning their future career, Anuj decided to create a good social media presence. He was soon a well-established name on popular platforms like Facebook and Twitter. In a short span of 4 years, he had a strong follower base of more than 30,000 on Facebook and over a lac on Twitter.


Anuj is a strong supporter of the political views of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and spreads their messages to his followers.


He also uses his social media to broadcast meaningful and impactful messages and information to his followers. Another cause that Anuj upholds very strongly is to voice messages of the needy on his social media. With his strong knowledge of the power and wide reach of the internet and social media in particular, he focuses on the positive outcome that these platforms can deliver. If there is vital information to be disseminated, quick assistance needed or some necessary education to be imparted to his followers and fans he uses his social media for the common good.