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Technology, the new political tool

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Political parties in India have realised the importance of new age media in reaching out to the masses.

After a successful foray in social media, mobile applications and being the first party to offer online memberships, BJP today announced the launch of YUVA, an internet TV channel for the Indian youth.

This initiative personally monitored by the party president, Shri Nitin Gadkari, is an effort to connect with the masses in a sustained manner. With the launch of this internet channel, BJP aims to create a content rich, experiential and innovative platform to communicate, engage and motivate the Indian youth on various political, health, economics, current affairs and cultural issues. Apart from these programs, the party would continue ongoing live webcasts of its rallies and other events.

The YUVA TV would be webcasted between 5 to 7 PM every day and the programs would be available on


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