Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program has hit the headlines due to the negative reaction of internet users.
The program, which aired on Sunday, was aired on India’s national TV and radio channel Doordarshan as well as many private channels. Besides, this speech of Prime Minister Modi could also be heard on the YouTube channels of PIB, BJP and PM Modi.
It may be recalled that the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi had launched a radio program called ‘Mann Ki Baat’ in 2014 and its 68th episode was aired on Sunday.
The program is broadcast on the country’s national radio and TV, as well as on various YouTube channels on social media.
In this program, the Indian Prime Minister in his address to the people on various issues and matters in the country as well as other topics.
But the reaction of social media users to the program aired on Sunday was more negative than positive.
Modi’s program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on all the three YouTube channels was more disliked than liked by the users.
The reaction of internet users to the YouTube video of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on Sunday was slow from the beginning. The program was aired in the morning but users did not show interest until late at night.
About 1.1 million users have watched the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s official YouTube channel since yesterday.
Only 45,000 people liked the show on the channel, while 354,000 disliked it. It is clear that this gap is huge.
Similarly, on Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s own YouTube channel (Narendra Modi), only 641,000 people listened to it, while here too, the video was liked by 32,000 users and disliked by 73,000.
Similarly, on PIB’s YouTube channel, ‘Mann Ki Baat’ was viewed by only one lakh people while only 3700 people liked it while nine thousand people disliked it.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the people in ‘Mann Ki Baat’, spoke about the Onam Festival and suggested Indian traders, to look for opportunities in the global toy business.
Stressing on the need for local toy manufacturing in the country, Modi said, “The toy industry in the global market has crossed Rs 700,000 crore, but India’s share in such a large business is very small.”
He also said that software developers should also make computer games in India.
“There are ideas and concepts in our country,” he said. The role of virtual reality games and toys is very important and now is the time for everyone to promote locally made toys.