Indian-origin Parag Agrawal has become the new CEO of Twitter. With this, the dominance of people of Indian origin in many top American tech companies is visible. According to a Bloomberg report, the market value of American tech companies that Indians are handling is 5 trillion (5 lakh crore). Reactions are also coming from Pakistan as soon as this report comes to the fore. Many Pakistanis are comparing the achievements of Indians.
A person named Omar Saif has shared a tweet of Stripe CEO Patrick. In this tweet, he has written that the CEOs of Google, Microsoft, Adobe, IBM, Palo Alto Networks and now Twitter are born in India. It is a great pleasure to see the great success of Indians in the field of technology. This also makes it clear how many opportunities America provides to immigrants. Regarding this tweet, Elon Musk, one of the wealthiest people in the world, also praised Indians.
Pakistanis Are Making Fun Of Parag Agrawal
Retweeting this tweet, Omar of Pakistan said- Dear Pakistan, maybe this is the better place where you should try to compete with India.
Dear Pakistan, this maybe a good place to compete … pic.twitter.com/rAMXV8kaM9
— Umar Saif (@umarsaif) November 30, 2021
Apart from this, there were some tweets in which India’s dominance in technology was being compared with that of Pakistan. Omar Sharif said in another tweet that I am now ready to bet that when an Indian is going to replace Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.
Now taking bets on when Mark Zuckerberg will be replaced by an Indian CEO …..
— Umar Saif (@umarsaif) November 30, 2021
At the same time, another person from Pakistan has posted a picture of Satya Nadella and Sundar Pichai while tweeting. At the same time, by putting a picture of terrorists like Hafid Saeed for Pakistan, it has tried to clarify how India and Pakistan are contributing to the world.
انڈیا بمقابلہ پاکستان
اے ایچ 😂 pic.twitter.com/IogVpyZrb5
— Mubashir | مبشر (@mkw72) November 30, 2021
In another tweet, Omar Sharif said that there is a university like IIT in Pakistan too, but this university is a victim of dirty politics. In response to my tweet about the dominance of Indian-origin CEOs in top tech companies, he wrote in this tweet that many people asked why there is no public tech university like IIT in Pakistan? We have. But dirty politics has dominated it. At the same time, another Pakistani said that please do not make fun of Pakistan’s ITU by comparing it with IIT.
In response to my tweet about Indian CEO’s of top tech companies, mostly from IIT, many people asked why Pakistan doesn’t have a public sector tech university like IIT?
Actually we did!
But then petty politics and incompetence took over …https://t.co/nr54lg3gYO
— Umar Saif (@umarsaif) December 1, 2021
Apart from this, a user named Talha Shuja wrote that I do not understand why people are blaming Islam and Islamic scholars in Pakistan when we are not progressing as a country. The people posting like this are not even Islamic scholars, but they have still been able to achieve anything in their lives.
I don’t understand why people are blaming #Islam and #IslamicScholors in Pakistan when we as a nation are not progressing. The one’s who are posting it are not even #IslamicScholors yet they didn’t achieve anything in their lives. #TwitterCEO
— Talha Shuja (@TalhaShuja89) December 1, 2021
Discussions are taking place not only in Pakistan but also in Bhutan about the dominance of Indians in technology. Tenzing, an editor of The Bhutanese Newspaper, tweeted that it is no surprise that Parag Agrawal’s name has now been added to the long line of leading Indian CEOs of leading tech and multinational companies. This skill of managing people from different backgrounds, cultures and religions stems from India’s diversity.
No major surprise that #ParagAgrawal is the next Twitter CEO in a long line of Indian CEOs heading major tech and MNC Companies.
This skill at managing people from different backgrounds, cultures and faiths stems from the diversity of India.
— Tenzing Lamsang (@TenzingLamsang) November 30, 2021
It is worth noting that apart from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, many American tech companies are being handled by people of Indian origin. Apart from Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, the CEOs of Google, Microsoft, IBM, Adobe, VMware, Vimeo, Google Quad, NetApp, and Palo Alto Networks are also of Indian origin.