A never seen before international alliance on social media has been unearthed, whose sole purpose is to target Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India. In his recent Mann Ki Baat address on Sunday, an out of the ordinary trend was visible. The video of his address on the PMO, PIB and BJP channels of YouTube was garnering more dislikes than likes, something which has never happened before. The same was attributed by many usual Modi-baiters as an outburst and uprising against the Modi government by a disgruntled student community which was being made to sit for the JEE and NEET entrance tests.
However, as it turns out, only two per cent of the dislikes on YouTube for this Sunday’s Mann Ki Baat came from India, and a whopping 98 per cent of them could be sourced to countries abroad, IANS reported. It is only expected that on such occasions when PM Modi is to be targeted under the aegis of a fake social media campaign, Pakistanis lend a helping hand for the same without asking any questions.
Turkish participation, albeit fake in nature, is in larger sync of apprehensions raised by India’s security establishment regarding the newly turned extremist country under a rabid wannabe Khalifa – Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It has been found that Turkey is funding anti-India activities extensively, and the participation of the country’s bots and Twitter users to target PM Modi and the BJP has grown manifold. It will not come as a surprise if it were to be revealed that Turkey and Pakistan were in cahoots to wage a ‘dislike’ war against Prime Minister Modi on YouTube.
Turkey has also been funding Kashmiri separatists for many years. Recently, however, they have also started funnelling money to Islamise the already radicalised devotees of Communism in Kerala. Turkey, moreover, has been funding extremist preacher Zakir Naik, who is hiding in Malaysia in fear of Indian authorities and the Modi government. Such activities of Turkey picked pace after India, led by PM Modi snubbed the country subsequent to Erdogan’s remarks about Kashmir at the United Nations.
Pakistan, on the other hand, is a shameless nation whose only purpose of existence is to stoke unrest in India. Ever since Narendra Modi has been elected Prime Minister by the people of India, however, Pakistan’s prospects of directly causing harm to Indians have gone down dramatically. As a result, the country now satiates itself by playing silly games against India on Twitter and other social media. Naturally, major participation in the ‘dislike Modi on YouTube’ campaign would have been that of Pakistanis, given their utter hate and disdain for PM Modi, who has made recreational terrorism for Pakistanis in mainland India an impossibility.
Last year, during PM Modi’s visit to Tamil Nadu to inaugurate tremendous infrastructure projects in the state, as per ritual, #GoBackModi was made to trend in India. Interestingly, the same was also trending in Pakistan, raising eyebrows back home. It was found that 58 per cent tweets for the said trend came from Pakistan, 22 per cent from India and a meagre 4 per cent could be traced back to Chennai.
China, meanwhile, many Congress and Left-leaning individuals believe, is conducting pro-Modi surveys because the Prime Minister has bent the knee in Ladakh by giving away large-scale land control to China. From Turkey to Pakistan, and across the Himalayas to China, what unites India’s haters is their dislike for PM Modi. The Prime Minister’s unflinching stand on India’s national sovereignty and the country’s territorial integrity is a major reason why those who dislike India, almost unconsciously end up despising Narendra Modi.