Jharkhand: BJP federal federal government to pay for reporters to create about welfare-schemes

Jharkhand: BJP federal federal government to pay for reporters to create about welfare-schemes

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled federal federal government in Jharkhand, led by Chief Minister Raghubar Das, has launched a unique scheme, that promises to give you a grant all the way to Rs. 15,000 to printing and television reporters, for since the management’s welfare schemes along with other initiatives.

The scheme was made public recently, because of the Jharkhand federal federal federal government’s Information and Public Relations Department by way of a magazine advertisement.

Context: Jharkhand would go to polls later on this current year

To see, the choice to ‘reward’ reporters comes at time as soon as the state is wanting to enter polls in only a matter of months.

The Jharkhand federal government’s need to honor local journalism notwithstanding, the timing with this ‘initiative’ simply prior to the essential Assembly elections is, at the best, arguable.

Naturally, Opposition parties and leaders attended ahead to criticize the scheme.

A variety committee to select 30 reporters for reportage

According to the paper ad, participating reporters had been necessary to make an application for the scheme making use of their chosen topics/subjects by September 16.