BJP breaks record in advertising before elections

With the ruling party at the centre spending huge money for advertising on television and social media like “Youtube,” the Opposition has finally woken up enough to ask the Election Commission to take note of the expenditure spent by BJP and examine where the crores are coming from?

Reminiscent of the BJP’s advertisement spree after Vajpayee government in the form of the infamous slogan, “India Shining” this time around the party has broke its previous record

“Gross use and abuse of the muscle of money” 

The Congress party spokesperson Manish Tiwari has claimed that BJP has surpassed even Vimal Pan Masala and giants like Netflix and Amazon India  in advertising. The source of the money was questioned as well as its impact on elections. He also termed it as “gross use and abuse of the muscle of money”.

Assembly elections are due in MP and Mizoram on November 28th.  They are also scheduled on December 7th  in Telangana and Rajasthan. Chattisgarh  has just completed polls in two phases this November.

BJP breaks record in advertising before elections 

With the ruling party at the centre spending huge money for advertising on television and social media like “Youtube,” the Opposition has finally woken up enough to ask the Election Commission to take note of the expenditure spent by BJP and examine where the crores are coming from?

Reminiscent of the BJP’s advertisement spree after Vajpayee government in the form of the infamous slogan, “India Shining” this time around the party has broke its previous record

“Gross use and abuse of the muscle of money” 

The Congress party spokesperson Manish Tiwari has claimed that BJP has surpassed even Vimal Pan Masala and giants like Netflix and Amazon India  in advertising. The source of the money was questioned as well as its impact on elections. He also termed it as “gross use and abuse of the muscle of money”.

Assembly elections are due in MP and Mizoram on November 28th.  They are also scheduled on December 7th  in Telangana and Rajasthan. Chattisgarh  has just completed polls in two phases this November.