Jaipur: BJP’s election in-charge in Rajasthan Prakash Javadekar has asked BJP media team to disseminate the social welfare schemes of chief minister Vasundhara Raje government to attract voters in the state.
While addressing the state BJP media cell on Saturday, the Union HRD minister shared them tips on how to effectively disseminate information to the last man standing.
“Your aim is to spread success stories out of the government social welfare schemes to those living in the far flung areas in hamlets and villages. By spreading the success of beneficiaries, we are not only sharing these schemes but informing the voters about our work,” said Javadekar. He advised the media team from across the state to study the state government’s flagships schemes and its influence on the common man.
This is second meeting with the media team by Javadakar in this week who held a meeting with BJP IT cell on Friday. The media team was also asked to adopt an integrated approach by complimenting what social media team is doing. Both should follow each other was the mantra given by all speakers to the BJP media team. BJP has also extended its media team by coming up with seven media centres one each at seven administrative headquarters in state will start function after Dussehra
KK Sharma of BJP National media team in Rajasthan informed that “The new media centres will have all modern facilities required for the dissemination of information. The monitoring of these centres will be done by the central and state level media team members.” The media team was asked to monitor all media report related to BJP or polls in their respective districts and report to the central media team.
BJP manifesto by Oct end: Rathore
BJP’s manifesto committee held a meeting at BJP headquarter in Jaipur on Saturday. Rajendra Rathore, committee chairman, said that party’s manifesto is likely to be released by the end of this month. While talking to the media persons, Rathore says that committee members will take the feedback from all different sections of the society. “Party will try to accommodate the views of all sections in our manifesto,” said Rathore.