X client Swati Moitra shared an image of a notification set up by the pandal coordinators. The inscription of the image read, “Kolkata pujos have had it”.
Durga Puja pandals across West Bengal witness countless participants consistently. Durga Puja is a period for enthusiasm, tomfoolery, and food as well as delightfully embellished pandals in light of special topics. The extravagantly beautified pandals frequently become viral sensations, on account of virtual entertainment content makers.
Be that as it may, one pandal in Kolkata, Purbachal Shakti Sangha, won’t engage YouTubers. A message outside the pandal peruses, “No YouTuber permitted.”
On Tuesday, X client Swati Moitra shared an image of a notification set up by the pandal coordinators. The subtitle of the image read, “Kolkata pujos have had it”.
When the image became a web sensation, a segment of the web said that it was a “great choice.”
“This is a decent choice! Appears to be the Bonedi Bari’s have had it as well,” said one client on X.
“This ought to be all over the place, they are a disturbance nowadays,” another client remarked.
“Great choice. Furthermore, instagram powerhouses as well. Those reel producers are irritating,” composed a third.
Be that as it may, there was a segment of individuals who referred to the activity as “unfair”.
“This is unfair at such countless levels,” a client composed on X.
“First they welcomed YouTubers and Instagrammers for promoting. They gave them admittance to full lighting even before puja opened. Presently they don’t need them, extremely tricky stand from pujo advisory groups, ” another client remarked.
“Most likely an instance of segregation ready to be recorded,” the third client remarked.