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AICC spokesperson asks party workers not to make personal attacks against political opponents on social media

GPCC general secretaries Nishith Vyas and Dipak Amin also spoke on the occasion.

AICC spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi advised the young Congress workers never to make personal attacks on their political rivals in any debate or on social media campaigns in Ahmedabad on Saturday.

Chaturvedi, however,suggested them to remain focused on their stand on the issue under discussion of a topic without making personal allegations on the rivals as the latter had every right to live the way they wanted.

She offered these suggestions to party workers at  a training camp on the relevance of social media for political parties organised by IT cell of the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee(GPCC) attended by over 700 workers from across the state.

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She said that there were three things the party workers needed to keep in mind for success in any debate or campaign.

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“Use simple language in your communication to be understood by every one; don’t make personal attacks on your political opponents and remain completely focused on your stand on the subject of the debate”, she advised.

She advised the party workers to use the medium of twitter as much as possible to propagate and promote the party’s programmes and agenda.

GPCC chief Bharatsinh Solanki, who inaugurated the new website of the party, http://www.gujaratcongress.in on the occasion, asked the tech-savvy party workers to make use of the website and social media for party’s revival and win the political power in the state in December 2017.

GPCC’s IT cell chief Rohan Gupta said that the party workers must make maximum use of the social media for campaigning in favour of the party in local bodies elections scheduled to be held on October this year.

State party spokesperson Manish Doshi said that the party workers at Taluka and district level could make use of twitter to disseminate message about unavailability and absence of doctors, nurses and teachers in government hospitals and schools.

GPCC general secretaries Nishith Vyas and Dipak Amin also spoke on the occasion.