Tech blunder: Google India replaces Jawaharlal Nehru with Narendra Modi's as first Prime Minister of India
New Delhi : A tech blunder by Google India has made people go laughing about their search result on India's first Prime Minister.
When you search India first PM, the search result shows correct information in a text but mistakenly show Narendra Modi's picture by its side.
This mess-up prompted even Congress social media in-charge Divya Spandana to comment, and she sounded distinctly annoyed:
"@Google @GoogleIndia what algorithm of yours allows this?! You're so full of junk-", tweeted Spandana.
The data is pulled in from the Wikipedia page which shows correct information on opening the page with correct positioning.
Soon after the issue was noticed by the Google, they fixed it at their earliest.