Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio programme Mann Ki Baat has become one of the most disliked videos on the YouTube channel of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The video which has been viewed by more than 21 lakh people has been disliked by over 5.5 lakh viewers so far.

The number of viewers who liked his Mann Ki Baat address remained at around 82,000 only.

Moreover, people began disliking the video in huge numbers as soon as the prime minister’s monthly address to the nation started streaming on the YouTube channel of the saffron party.

A number of viewers started questioning the Prime Minister regarding the postponement of JEE and NEET exams as soon as the programme started.

Apart from voicing their opinions on the comments section of the video on YouTube, many students also took to Twitter to raise the issues and difficulties they are facing with hashtags like #StudentsHateMrModi, #StudentsDislikePMModi etc.

Meanwhile, the 68th Mann Ki Baat programme which had been uploaded on the YouTube channel of PMO India also received over 90000 dislikes.

Among the 9.2 lakh viewers of the Mann Ki Baat   Programme on the PMO India YouTube channel, only 40000 have liked the video.

On Sunday, Modi discussed the importance of toys in the lives of children and how India could become a big hub of toy production.

“Toys, not only entertain, but they also build the mind and foster an intent too,” Modi said in the Mann Ki Baat programme on Sunday.

“You will be surprised to know that the Global Toy Industry is of more than 7 lakh crore rupees. Such a big business of 7 lakh crore rupees but, India’s share is very little in this. The toy industry in India is very vast. Be its cottage industries, small industries, MSMEs and along with these big industries and private entrepreneurs too come in the ambit of this. The country will have to persevere together to promote this,” he added.

Modi also described the great role of dogs in the armed forces and encouraged the people of the country to raise Indian breed dogs as pets.

“The next time you think of raising a pet dog, consider bringing home one of these Indian breeds. At a time when Atmanirbhar Bharat is becoming a mantra of the people, how can any domain be left untouched by its influence,” he added.

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