Asking questions, then changing the question again if you do not get answer you expected, have you done this earlier? You might have done it in childhood days while playing games or tricks. But there is a National News channel who is doing this on Twitter.
Republic TV was covering up the story of Yogi Adityanath Government’s proposal to built a Lord Shri Ram Statute on the bank of the river Saryu. The proposal is aimed at promoting religious tourism in Uttar Pradesh, is prepared by the state’s tourism department has been submitted before Governor Ram Naik.
State officials have told The Indian Express that the statue is proposed at a height of 100 meters, but it is not final and will depend on approval from the National Green Tribunal, reported India Today. The Union Tourism ministry has sanctioned ₹133.70 crores for making Ayodhya a tourism hub. Republic TV conducted a poll on Twitter, “Should a 193 crore rupee #RamStatueAtAyodhya be Yogi Govt’s priority?”
Tweeples still voted with an overwhelming 71% “Yes”, as they want the see a Lord Ram Statue. Clearly this seems to have caused a big backlash for Republic TV. They might have not expected this and neither this was in their agenda, hence they changed the question itself and re framed it and this time they brought health care into the picture.
But this time as well, the results were obviously the same same and Tweeples reacted to the change in question and shamed Republic TV. Both the tweets were later deleted.
While SatyaVijayi and the author truly believes that health care is a very important subject, at the same time developing tourism for jobs and creating a legacy is important as well. If a densely populated country like Bharat is to be developed we need to focus on each and every aspect of the same.
It cannot be a case that we only concentrate on health care and give no room to development of other industries or of Lord Ram’s legacy. There cannot be a case where we give only priority to one aspect and leave health care aside, all the activities should go in parallel.