Founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg will be coming to India this month. He will be hosting a Townhall Question and Answer session at IIT-Delhi on 28th October, Wednesday. This move can be seen as an initiative to make his connection with Indians even stronger, as 130 million users of Facebook are from India.
Facebook CEO made the announcement through a post on his page on the site and affirmed to hear from one of the most active and engaged communities (Indian Facebook users). This will be the second visit of Mark Zuckerberg in India this year. After holding a Townhall Q&A session for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, last month at Facebook HQ in California, he stated the importance of the country in the history of the company.
Facebook’s initiative to provide free internet to the users ‘Internet.org’ has got a lot of negative views in the country regarding Net neutrality, making the company to rebrand the service as Free Basics by Facebook. It will be interesting to see how he handles questions on this topic.