Amid outrage over JEE, NEET exams, the monthly radio address of PM Modi’s Mann ki Baat, has got a record number of dislikes on the YouTube channel of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Notably, the video has emerged to be one of the most disliked videos on the channel. Many on YouTube and Twitter questioned PM Narendra Modi for not addressing issues related to JEE and NEET exams.
At the time of filing this story, the video which was streamed live on the BJP’s YouTube channel on Sunday has got 10 lakh dislikes and has been watched by over 54 lakh people. The same episode uploaded on YouTube by PMO India also received over 2.7 lakh dislikes as against over 1.7 lakh likes.
This August episode of the monthly radio show where Modi addresses the nation has become one of the most disliked videos on BJP’s YouTube channel in less than 24 hours of being streamed.
In the 68th episode of PM Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ addressed on Sunday, the PM suggested people bring home indigenous breeds as they require less expense on upkeep and are already well adapted to the country’s climatic conditions.
#Mann_Ki_Nahi_Students_Ki_Baat starts trending on Twitter soon after the episode airs. Many on YouTube and Twitter questioned the Prime Minister for not addressing the issues JEE and NEET exams.
The main reason for the public’s anger is because citizens across the country have expected the PM to address the issue of JEE and NEET exams in his monthly address. However, the PM skipped the topic and social media users, mostly students, expressed their disappointment with the government’s decision in the comments section.
Comments By Students On PM’s Video.
Lakhs of students are asking questions to Modi ji for not talking about the postponement of the NEET, JEE exams. The frustration and anger of students are clearly visible in these comments. Many people are also questioning the PM about the declaration of results of SSC exams.
- Everyone is talking about JEE, NEET. Why is anyone not saying anything about SSC results and the slow process?
- Dear PM, I made a mistake, keeping hope that you will speak on JEE, NEET matter. Thank you for wasting my one year.
- Remember, once you have to come at the toe of students.
- Next Mann Ki Baat is much awaited than Mirzapur 2.
- We want jobs and opportunities for the youth.
- We just need your answer regarding JEE NEET postponement, your answers can give us satisfaction.
Many people are also saying that Modi ji has paid youtube for decreasing the dislikes on his video. This episode of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat is creating a feeling of hatred among the youth.
Students are even saying that giving vote to Modi is the biggest mistake of their lives and they will not repeat such kind of mistake ever in the future.
To this situation, BJP says that only 2% dislikes are from India and Congress is instigating all this.