Published On:Sunday, 16 April 2017

Patanjali to launch Indian version of 'Snapchat', 'Postik Vaartalaap'


​India's own producer of swadeshi multinational products, Patanjali Ayurved has announced Indian version of Snapchat, 'Postik Vaartalaap' to counter Snapchat CEO's insulting comments on the country that mentions India a poor country to be expanded for Snapchat Inc.

"We will launch the app soon. It will have all necessary herbs and healthy ingredients with healthy snaps for chatter. It is our fight against the rising dominance of foreign made products. We will be truly master our endeavour to create a big market for swadeshi products," Baba Ramdev, brand ambassador of Patanjali Ayurved confirmed.

According to Baba Ramdev, Indians are under influence of unhealthy Whatsapp and Snapchat, which had to be, ended somewhere. "No chat app helps chatters to discuss Kapalbhati or watch Baba's videos on yoga. Chatting should be an experience of healthy inputs and outputs. First of all we will get rid of this foreign name chat and will start using vaartalaap," he said.

According to a source in Patanjali Ayurved, Postik Vaartalaap would be created in such a way that it would be germ free, worm free, away from any insecticides or fungicides and could be ate in spare time.




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