Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the nation and said that the country is in a stable situation with respect to the coronavirus pandemic, however, he added that we must not be careless and follow the COVID-19 protocols. He cautioned that carelessness can impact the country’s fight against the pandemic.”In this festive season, markets are bright again but we need to remember that the lockdown might have ended but COVID-19 still persists. With efforts of every Indian over the last 7-8 months, India is in a stable situation we must not let it deteriorate,” PM Modi said. During the Prime Minister’s 6 PM address this evening, Twitter users chirped in with the fact that the ‘dislike’ button for the clip on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s official YouTube channel clip was turned off quietly after the video amassed around 4.5k dislikes within minutes. Something like this, which might at first seem like a relatively trivial snag, may in fact have got the BJP somewhat worried at this point. What started as a protest by disappointed students over Modi’s decision to skip the issue of entrance examinations being conducted amid the ongoing pandemic, the ‘dislike’ trend caught on as a bit of a custom.