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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg expressed his support to the Digital India campaign and changed his profile picture to support the campaign and conveyed his appreciation in effort to connect rural communities to internet.
"I changed my profile picture to support Digital India, the Indian government's effort to connect rural communities to the internet and give people access to more services online," Mark Zukerberg wrote on his Facebook page.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also changed his Facebook profile picture to thank Mark Zuckerberg for his support.
"Thanks Mark Zuckerberg for the support. I changed my DP in support of the efforts towards a Digital India," PM Modi wrote on his Facebook page.
The new profile picture overlay your existing profile picture with three colours of the Indian flag. The new tool lets anyone easily show off their support for marriage equality. Here is how to change your profile picture to support Digital India.
Open Facebook and log in with your user name and password.
Now visit Digital India tool page.
After visiting the Digital India tool page, you will see a preview of your profile picture with tricolor of Indian flag filter.
Edit your picture description (its an optional)
Now click on the 'use as profile picture" button to set the Digital India campaign support as your profile picture. You can also share your support to Digital India by using #ISupportDigitalIndia