“They can disable dislike but not your voices”, Rahul Gandhi lashes out at BJP again.

“They can disable dislike but not your voices”, Rahul Gandhi lashes out at BJP again.

The Congress leader slammed the BJP based on many factors on Twitter. The BJP had disabled the likes and dislikes button on their recent YouTube video. The video was part of the “Mann ki Baat series done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Rahul Gandhi, The Congress leader lashed out at BJP on Saturday. The response came in after Modi’s mann ki baat video had no likes and dislikes option. Although the tweet did not name call BJP this time, It was clearly understood that he alluded it towards the party.

The BJP had disabled the likes and dislikes button on their recent YouTube video. The video was part of the “Mann ki Baat series done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The video once uploaded started garnering more dislikes than likes which threw its ratio off the rails.

The huge amount of dislikes, assumed to be made in retaliation to the holding of JEE/NEET exams during the pandemic. The number of dislikes had exceeded 400K (4 Lakh) which led to the disabling of the button. On Friday, Rahul Gandhi again accused the government over a report which allegedly said that unemployment rates rose in August as rural jobs reduced.

“They can disable the dislikes and comments but not your voices. we shall let the world know about your ardour.” Priyanka Gandhi Vadra joined in and condemned the government over the said Media Report. She raised the issue of Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level Exams allegedly being in a state of limbo.

“2017- No appointments till now under SSC CGL. 2018 – Even results are not out of the CGL exam. 2019 – CGL exam was not held. 2020 SSC CGL – No vacancies taken out,” Priyanka expressed in a tweet typed in Hindi. “If vacancies come out, then no exams. If exams take place, then no results. If results come out, then no recruitment,” she tweeted out

(Source: IndiaToday)

In a tweet in Hindi, Rahul Gandhi asked the government for “employment, reinstatement, results of exams.” “Provide solutions to the problems being faced by the youth of the country,”

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