Narendra Modi: Why did YouTube users not like the Prime Minister’s show “Min Ki Baat”?

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Narendra Modi: Why did YouTube users not like the Prime Minister’s show “Min Ki Baat”?

 

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Mann Ki Baat” has made headlines due to reactions from Internet users.

 

 

The program, which aired on Sunday, was broadcast on Indian national television and radio Doordarshan, as well as several private channels.

 

Prime Minister Modi’s speech was also heard on PIB, BJP and PM Modi channels on YouTube.

 

It is important to note that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a radio program called “Min Ki Baat” in 2014 and episode 68 was broadcast on Sunday.

 

The program will be broadcast on the country’s national radio and television as well as on various YouTube social media channels.

 

In this program, in his speech to the people, the Prime Minister of India spoke on various issues and topics of the country as well as other topics.

However, the response from social media users on Sunday’s show was more negative than positive.

 

On three YouTube channels, Modi’s “Min Ki Baat” show is hated more than users love, and many dislike more than likes.

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This reaction from social media users is considered unusual because the public’s attitude towards “Mann Ki Baat” was not that negative before.In this situation, a debate arose as to what might be causing it.

What is the situation

Internet users’ reaction to the YouTube video “Mann Ki Baat” on Sunday was slow from the start.

 

The show aired in the morning but users did not show interest until late in the evening.

 

As of yesterday, nearly 1.1 million users have seen the “Mann Ki Baat” program on the official YouTube channel of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

 

Only 45,000 people like the show on the channel, 354,000 do not. It is clear that the gap is large.

 

 

Also, only 641,000 people heard it on Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) channel, while the video was also liked by 32,000 users instead of 73,000.

 

Also, “Min Ki Baat” was only seen by a lakh of people on the GDP YouTube channel, while only 3,700 people liked it while 9,000 people liked it.

 

(What  Prime Minister Modi say in his speech?)

 

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On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the people of “Mann Ki Baat” about the Onam Festival and suggested that Indian traders look for opportunities in the global toy market.

 

Prime Minister Modi stressed the need to make toys locally in the country:

 

“The toy market in the world market exceeds 700 billion rupees, but India’s stake in such a large company is very small”.

 

The Prime Minister also said that video games are also expected from software developers in India.

 

 

(There  ideas and concepts in our country,) he said.

 

The role of virtual reality toys and games is very important and now is the time for everyone to promote locally made toys.

 

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