After Chandrayaan 3's success, Twitter Boss Elon Musk 'impressed' with 'Indian' CEOs of top companies

Elon Musk expressed his appreciation for X after World of Statistics shared the list of companies that are being headed by Indian-origin CEOs.

After Chandrayaan 3's success, Twitter Boss Elon Musk 'impressed' with 'Indian' CEOs of top companies -

Tesla Founder and billionaire Elon Musk is quite impressed with India's development and dominance over multiple sectors. After being impressed by the successful landing of Chandrayaan 3 at South Pole of the moon's surface, Elon Musk has now hailed the Indian-origin CEOs who are now leading top American companies in the United States. Not only this, Elon Musk expressed his appreciation for X after World of Statistics shared the list of companies that are being headed by Indian-origin CEOs. Elon Musk took to his X handle and commented 'impressive' on the Indian-Origin CEOs list. However, X also fact-checked the World of Statistics stating that the CEO of YouTube is an American from Indiana, the CEO of Vimeo is an American from Detroit, the CEO of Chanel is British American. However, the post intended to showcase the roots of all the CEOs lading the companies belonged to India. Here's what the post stated & how Elon Musk reacted-

It is pertinent to mention here that after Elon Musk's comment, many users commented and hailed India's dominance around the world. A user wrote, "Next President or Vice President will be American Indian ..". Another user wrote, "@CommunityNotes do you guys even read what’s in the links you add or you just post it and go? 2 out of 3 people you listed as non Indian were born in India, 3 person was a child of Indian immigrants. If that doesn’t count as being Indian then from now on call me Martian and I own mars." One more user wrote, "Indians are some of the hardest working people. Dubai has so many millionaires who came from India with nothing, and worked their way all the way up. Good on them."

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