Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 5
It might be per week tomorrow however the development that began with the unprecedented variety of ‘dislikes’ on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s month-to-month radio present ‘Mann Ki Baat’ final Sunday doesn’t seem like exhibiting any indicators of ending.
Today a video posted by the BJP on its official channel, the place the Prime Minister may be seen interacting with a lady probationer (‘IPS studying textiles to fighting terror: Tanushree shares her story with the PM’), once more noticed ‘dislikes’ outnumbering ‘likes’ by an enormous quantity.
In truth, a frightened BJP selected to not present the choice (of hitting the ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ button) on the video of his interplay with IPS probationers posted on the channel yesterday. This after his tackle on the third management summit of US India Strategic and Partnership Forum (USISPF) registered a couple of lakh dislikes in comparison with about half the variety of ‘likes’. An animated video of the work executed by his authorities in the course of the Covid-pandemic additionally noticed ‘dislikes’ outnumbering the ‘likes’.
Though the BJP blames it on ‘Opposition conspiracy’, the development is coinciding with the outrage amongst college students showing for JEE, NEET exams and likewise these aspiring for numerous authorities jobs who’re upset over delay in outcomes, recruitment notification and issuance of admit playing cards.
It all started final Sunday when PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ obtained a file variety of ‘dislikes’ to turn out to be one of the vital disliked movies on the channel. While college students and people aspiring for jobs anticipated him to handle the difficulty, the PM skipped speaking about them utterly. Soon social media development began with customers asking why he didn’t tackle the vital points involving lives and profession of lakhs throughout the nation.
The BJP, which dismissed it as an opposition conspiracy, claims solely a fraction of these hitting the ‘dislike’ button are from India, terming all of it a ‘Congress game plan’ to tug down PM’s picture.