The information and broadcasting ministry will soon launch a newsletter to showcase all policy and political moves of the government. A draft of the ‘New India Samachar’ has almost finalized the stories to be featured in the inaugural issue.
Officials said the newsletter will be released either this month or in the coming forth months. The newsletter stories will include firstly, the National Education Policy as a step to make India a knowledgeable and developed country as the cover, secondly, the Bhumipujan for the Ram Mandir (temple) as a dream of billions of people and a glorious and proud chapter for the Country, thirdly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ladakh to meet the soldiers who got injured in the war front with Chinese soldiers in the month of June, fourthly, the arrival of the multi-role combat jet Rafale giving India’s air power a strategic edge and lastly a report on the government’s battle against Covid- 19.
The newsletter will be distributed at many levels including rural India, District- level bodies, government libraries, and among the lawmakers. A team at the ministry is already working on the running of publication and getting the launch process done as soon as possible with the Registrar of Newspapers.
The government is working on reconstructing and restructuring its media strategy to focus more on digital communication and direct outreach with the people, as reported by an official. The official also said that the new newsletter will allow people to get connected with the government and whatever the government does.
The draft of the first issued newsletter in the work includes an interview with the Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, who has talked about his life during the Covid- 19. Naidu has commented that he saw, “Life as a journey from B (birth) to D (death) with C (choices) in between to make it meaningful.”
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