Modi touched on a number of issues in the broadcast and lauded people for maintaining unprecedented restraint and simplicity in celebrating festivals during the Covid-19 pandemic and praised farmers for an increase in the sowing area for crops.
Nearly 24 hours later, the video put out by the Bharatiya Janata Party, had over 79,000 likes, but the clip saw a whooping 5.34 (534K) lakh dislikes. At the time of writing this article, the video on YouTube has over 6.33 lakh dislikes. The video on the BJP channel has been watched by around 10 lakh viewers, while the channel has 3.5 million subscribers.
#Mann_Ki_Nahi_Students_Ki_Baat started trending on Twitter soon after the episode was aired. Many on YouTube and Twitter questioned the Prime Minister for not addressing the issues related to JEE and NEET exams.
In his monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ address, on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it was time for startups to be “vocal for local toys” and also asked them to develop computer games in and based on India, citing the nation’s rich heritage and tradi…
Meanwhile, the clip uploaded by Narendra Modi’s channel has 56,000 likes and 1.64 lakh dislikes. The PMO channel has over 41,000 likes and 1 lakh dislikes, and also the comments option for the video has been turned off.