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Highlights for Day 45 of Narendra Modi government Development Work

Highlights for Day 45 of Narendra Modi government Development Work

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Social media played vital role in Lok Sabha polls: HM


Social media has played a significant role in recent Lok Sabha elections and it will continue to do so in future, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday. "There was an important role of social media in 2014 elections. It will continue to do so in future too. We have to accept this fact," he said addressing a seminar on media's role in 2014 general elections here. Singh said social media did not have a significant role five years ago but its role has increased manifold now. "Through social media, the government is outlining its plan, its vision," he said. During Lok Sabha elections, BJP had used social media platforms like Twitter andFacebook extensively to propagate its message, agenda and opinion to reach out a wide section of people, particularly the younger generation. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been very regular in Twitter for quite some time. After assuming power, the NDA government has been using Twitter, Facebook and blogs to outline its plans, vision and various messages. Most of the Ministers and Ministries keep sending messages through the social media platforms. Home Minister Rajnath Singh himself uses two Twitter handles and aFacebook account to outline his vision and Ministry's policies regularly. Singh said the role of the media in a democracy is very significant and no individual or political party can use media for its advantage. "This is my observation," he said. Terming the 2014 general election as "watershed moment" for India, Singh said normally ruling party or its leader is always in focus in any election. But for the first time in India, the leader of the opposition was in focus (in recent Lok Sabha polls), he said.




Modi is BJP parliamentary party leader in both Houses


 Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the new leader of the reconstituted BJP Parliamentary Party in both Houses of Parliament.


Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be the deputy leader of the party in the Lok Sabha and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Rajya Sabha.


According to the newly-constituted BJP Parliamentary Party Executive Committee, the party has named Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu as the government's Chief Whipin Parliament, besides the chief whips of the government and the party in both the Houses. The party has also named 13 whips in Lok Sabha and three in Rajya Sabha. Ministers of State for Parliamentary Affairs Santosh Gangwar and Prakash Javadekar will be the government's deputy Chief Whips in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha respectively. Lok Sabha member from Rajasthan Arjun Ram Meghwal will be the party's Chief Whip in the Lok Sabha while Rajya Sabha member from Punjab Avinash Rai Khanna will be the new party chief whip in the Upper House. BJP has also named Ganesh Singh, a member from Madhya Pradesh, as party Secretary in the Lok Sabha and Bhupendra Yadav from Rajasthan in the Rajya Sabha.


--Written By Aadil Mir--

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