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Dissatisfied over the projection of the party’s stand on many issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has suggested new ways to groom spokespersons and propagandists for the BJP.
According to reports, at the recent national executive meeting held in Bhubaneswar, PM Modi mooted the idea of conducting mock parliaments across the country with young minds inclined towards the BJP ideology. The party can pick and groom spokespersons from them, Modi was quoted as saying by sources in the BJP.
“The idea is to find leaders who are educated, ideologically aligned to the BJP and articulate to put forth the government and party’s viewpoint on different platforms effectively,” a union minister told Hindustan Times.
The prime minister, a party leader explained, wants to create a new BJP that has a “pool of talent” for different assignments.
He is particularly conscious of the BJP’s faces in the media and is understood to be unhappy with their performance in defending the party and the government on critical issues.
“He feels that BJP’s media faces lack the ability to counter criticism through facts and get carried away by opposition’s agenda,” another BJP office bearer explained.