Prime Minister Narendra Modi has topped the list of most followed leaders on the photo-sharing app Instagram, a recent study by Twiplomacy revealed on December 4. With over 15 million followers, PM Modi has ranked the list defeating world leaders like Donald Trump, Joko Widodo, Pope Francis, Queen Rania. While Joko Widodo has 14 million followers, Donald Trump has 10.9 million, Pope Francis 5.7 million and Queen Rania 4.9 million. The report published in Twiplomacy states that only Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping do not have personal accounts on Instagram. It, however, added that the Russian government maintains the official @PhotoGovernment channel and the Chinese State Council Information Office seems to have reserved the @ChinaSCIO account. The report also said that all leaders of the G7 and all but two of the G20 leaders have personal profiles on the platform. According to the report, the picture of newly married Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma with PM Modi is the most liked picture posted by any world leader. View this post on Instagram Met @virat.kohli and @anushkasharma. Congratulated them on their wedding. A post shared by Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) on Dec 20, 2017 at 8:39am PST × And the picture of PM Modi standing in Davaheadhed of the World Economic Forum 2018 is the second most liked picture. View this post on Instagram In #Switzerland to take part in the @worldeconomicforum in Davos, where I will meet world leaders, captains of industry and experts. I would talk about the various economic opportunities India has to offer. A post shared by Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) on Jan 22, 2018 at 10:23am PST × In July this year, PM Modi was ranked third most followed leader on social networking site Twitter. He, however, lost around three lakh followers after the social networking site launched a crackdown for fake accounts.