Mann Ki Baat Latest Episode Gathered More Dislikes Than Likes

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Mann Ki Baat Latest Episode Gathered More Dislikes Than Likes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ latest episode, collected about five lakh dislikes on the BJP’s YouTube channel.

The monthly radio show of Prime Minister, the August episode, addressed the nation, became one of the most disliked videos on BJP’s YouTube channel within 24 hours of being streamed on YouTube.

On Sunday, the PM Modi addressed the nation in his 68th ‘Mann Ki Baat’, in which he suggested people to bring home
In his 68th ‘Mann ki Baat’ address on Sunday, the PM Modi suggested people, to bring home indigenous breeds since they require little expense on their upkeep and are already well accustomed with the climate conditions of the country.

Soon after the episode was aired, #Mann_Ki_Nahi_Students_Ki_Baat started trending on Twitter. The Prime Minister was questioned by many on YouTube as well as Twitter for not speaking about the recent issue going on for JEE and NEET exams.

One comment on Youtube reads, “He (PM Narendra Modi) does not talk about employment, small enterprises and also education. You are the PM of India we don’t need Mann Ki Baat…we need you to fulfill the duty for which we choose you.”

While another user wrote, “Enough is Enough! Mr PM, concentrate on Development instead of just talking.”

Many people also stated that PM talked about dog breeds and toys but did not address the postponement of exams.

One person commented, “When it’s time to talk about Students live, he prefers to talk about dog breeds and toys.”

“We just need your answer regarding JEE NEET postponement, if you answer then I’ll be fully satisfied,” wrote another.

During the interaction in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ PM Modi also discussed Etikoppala toys. These toys are made by Etikoppala artisans on the banks of the river Varaha in the Visakhapatnam district.

In 2017, the toys got GI tagging, which helped to get promoted abroad. Samples of the toys had also been sent to the concerned ministry for certification.

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