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Kejriwal tops YouTube's list of top 10 political videos

24-April-2014
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Kejriwal tops YouTube's list of top 10 political videos

As the Indian General Election 2014 is inching closer to its end and the campaigns have already hit high fever,netizens are taking to YouTube to catch up on the latest political news stories, election speeches, political spoofs and more.The popularity of these videos on YouTube ascertains that people in India are not just taking keen interest in the current elections but also have a great appetite for politics related humour.

Arvind Kejriwal from Aam Aadmi Party tops the chart with 6 out of 10 videos featuring him in videos ranging from news reports, spoofs and speeches. Times Now’s Arnab Goswami’s show ‘Frankly Speaking’ also got a number of eyeballs on YouTube for his interview with Rahul Gandhi and Lalu Prasad Yadav.  The list also features Pawan Kalyan’s speech in Telugu and a speech by Navjot Singh Sidhu at the Parliament.

The list is compiled by views from India in the politics category for the month of March 2014. The total views on YouTube reflect global viewership of the content, so they may not match this list of popularity.

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